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Statute of Limitations Tylenol Lawsuit – Acetaminophen Liver Failure

Statute of Limitations Tylenol Lawsuit – Acetaminophen Liver Failure A statute of limitations is the time period and individual to file a case in the court of law. Failure to file your case within the deadline designated under the statute of limitations can eliminate the chances of recovery. The filing deadline for lawsuit against manufacturers of Tylenol for liver damage including liver failure is dependent on the jurisdiction where the injured individual resides. Below we have provide a list the statute of limitations for lawsuits against Tylenol and other manufacturers of drugs containing acetaminophen. Tylenol Acetaminophen Drug Side Effects: The overuse or overdose of Tylenol and other medications containing the active drug acetaminophen can result in severe medical side effects including liver damage, liver failure and a need for liver transplant. Legal Help: If you have any further questions regarding the filing of a lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson the manufacturers of Tylenol feel free to contact our law offices toll free (855)385-2529. All consultations with our attorneys are free of charge and confidential. What if the Statute of Limitations on My Case has Run: In certain instances courts will toll the statute allowing for a case to be filed even when the deadline established in the statute of limitations has run its courts. Specific circumstances where courts allow for a tolling of a statute include
  • Physical incapacitation of the injured individual
  • Mental incapacitation of  the victim
  • The individual was a minor – under the age of 18
  • The individual did not know of the causal link between the medical health complications suffered and use of drugs containing acetaminophen

Statute of Limitations for Filing a Lawsuit Against Tylenol in all 50 States and Jurisdiction:

Alabama Alabama Statute of Limitations Ala. Code § 6-2-2 et seq. Defective Product: 2 Years Alaska Alaska Statute of Limitations Alaska Stat. § 09.10.010 et seq. Tylenol Drug Liver Damage Claims: 2 Years Arizona Arizona Statute of Limitations Ariz. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 12-541 et seq. Defective Drug: 2 Years Arkansas Arkansas Statute of Limitations Ark. Code Ann. § 16-56-101 et seq. Product Defect Lawsuit: 3 Years California California Statute of Limitations Cal. Civ. Proc. Code § 312 et seq. Defective Drug Side Effect: 2 Years Colorado Colorado Statute of Limitations can be found at Colo. Rev. Stat. § 13-80-102 et seq. Drug Injury: 2 Years Connecticut Connecticut Statute of Limitations Conn. Gen. Stat. Ann. § 52-575 et seq. Tylenol Side Effect Cases: 2 Years Washington D.C. District of Columbia Statute of Limitations D.C. Code § 12-301 et seq. Product liability 3 Years Florida Florida Statute of Limitations Fla. Stat. Ann. § 95.011 et seq. Product liability 4 Years Georgia Georgia Statute of Limitations Ga. Code Ann. § 9-3-20 et seq. Product liability Case: 2 Years Hawaii Hawaii Statute of Limitations Haw. Rev. Stat. § 657-1 et seq. Product liability 2 Years with discovery rule Idaho Idaho Statute of Limitations Idaho Code § 5-201 et seq. Product liability 2 Years Illinois Illinois Statute of Limitations 735 Ill. Comp. Stat. 5/13-201 et seq. Product liability 2 Years Indiana Indiana Statute of Limitations Ind. Code Ann. § 34-11-2-1 et seq. Defective Product 2 Years Iowa Iowa Statute of Limitations Iowa Code Ann. § 614.1 et seq. Drug Defect 2 Years Kansas Kansas Statute of Limitations Kan. Stat. Ann. § 60-501 et seq. Product liability 2 Years Kentucky Kentucky Statute of Limitations Ky. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 413.080 et seq. Dangerous Drug Reaction 1 Year with discovery rule Louisiana Louisiana Statute of Limitations La. Civil Code § 3492 et seq. Drug Injury (Tylenol – Acetaminophen Lawsuit) 1 Year Maine Maine Statute of Limitations Me. Rev. Stat. Ann. tit. 14, § 751 et seq. Product liability 6 Years Maryland Maryland Statute of Limitations Md. Courts & Jud. Proc. Code Ann. § 5-101 et seq. Product liability 3 Years Massachusetts Massachusetts Statute of Limitations Mass. Ann. Laws ch. 260, § 1 et seq. Defective Product Lawsuit must be filed within 3 Years Michigan Michigan Statute of Limitations Mich. Comp. Laws § 600.5801 et seq. Product liability 3 Years Minnesota Minnesota Statute of Limitations Minn. Stat. Ann. § 541.01 et seq. Defective Drug Litigation 4 Years Mississippi Mississippi Statute of Limitations Miss. Code. Ann. § 15-1-1 et seq. Defective Drug – Product Liability 2 Year Missouri Missouri Statute of Limitations Mo. Rev. Stat. § 516.097 et seq. Product liability 5 Years Montana Montana Statute of Limitations Mont. Code Ann. § 27-2-2021 et seq. Product liability 3 Years Nebraska Nebraska Statute of Limitations Neb. Rev. Stat. § 25-201 et seq. Product liability 2 Years Nevada Nevada Statute of Limitations Nev. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 11.010 et seq. Product liability 4 Years New Hampshire New Hampshire Statute of Limitations N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 508:1 et seq. Drug Defect – Acetaminophen Injury 3 Year New Jersey New Jersey Statute of Limitations N.J. Stat. Ann. § 2a:14-1 et seq. Product liability 2 Years New Mexico New Mexico Statute of Limitations N.M. Stat. Ann. § 37-1-1 et seq. Product liability 3 Years New York New York Statute of Limitations N.Y. Civ. Prac. Laws & Rules § 201 et seq. Product liability 3 Years North Carolina North Carolina Statute of Limitations N.C. Gen. Stat. § 1-46 et seq. Product liability 6 Years North Dakota North Dakota Statute of Limitations N.D. Cent. Code § 28-01-01 et seq. Drug Defect claim must be filed within 10 Years Ohio Ohio Statute of Limitations Ohio Rev. Code Ann. § 2305.03 et Product liability 2 Years Oklahoma Ohio Statute of Limitations Ohio Rev. Code Ann. § 2305.03 et Drug Defect 2 Years Oregon Ohio Statute of Limitations Ohio Rev. Code Ann. § 2305.03 et Product liability 2 Years Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Statute of Limitations 42 Pa. Cons. Stat. Ann. § 5501 et seq. Product liability 2 Years Rhode Island Rhode Island Statute of Limitations R. I. Gen. Laws § 9-1-12 et seq. Product liability 3 Years South Carolina South Carolina Statute of Limitations S.C. Code Ann. § 15-3-510 et seq. Product liability 3 Years South Dakota South Dakota Statute of Limitations S.D. Codified Laws Ann. § 15-2-1 et seq. Product liability 3 Years Tennessee Tennessee Statute of Limitations Tenn. Code Ann. § 28-3-101 et seq. Product liability 1 Year with discovery rule Texas Texas Statute of Limitations Tex. Civ. Prac. & Rem. Code § 16.001 et seq. Product liability 2 Years Utah Utah Statute of Limitations Utah Code Ann. § 78-12-22 et seq. Defective Drug Side Effect claim bust be filed within 2 Years Vermont Vermont Statute of Limitations Vt. Stat. Ann. tit. 12, § 461 et seq. Tylenol Side Effect Lawsuit  3 Years Virginia Virginia Statute of Limitations Va. Code Ann. § 8.01-228 et seq. Product liability 2 Years Washington Washington Statute of Limitations Wash. Rev. Code Ann. § 4.16.005 et seq. Product liability 3 Years West Virginia West Virginia Statute of Limitations W. Va. Code § 55-2-1 et seq. Acetaminophen Side Effect Lawsuits (Tylenol) 2 Years Wisconsin Wisconsin Statute of Limitations Wis. Stat. Ann. § 893.01 et seq. Defective Product Claim must be filed within 3 Years Wyoming Wyoming Statute of Limitations Wyo. Stat. § 1-3-102 et seq. Product liability 4 Year

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