Something to Think About…
What is the Statute of Limitations For Your Case?
Plaintiffs have a limited time in which to file a lawsuit, called a “statute of limitations.” Generally speaking, the period of time dictated by a statute of limitations begins when the plaintiff is injured or discovers the injury.
For childhood sexual abuse, beginning 2018, Hawai’i has suspended the time limitations to file a claim for childhood sexual abuse. This opening is not set to be permanent, and we strongly encourage sexual abuse survivors to contact us now so we can discuss your case and the options available. Call now for your free and private consultation.