|Re: A question for the Legal Eagles out there.|
Posted by Free Legal Advice Ain't Worth What You Pay For It on August 15, 2008 at 19:08:18:|
In Reply to: A question for the Legal Eagles out there. posted by Captain Tim Burke on August 14, 2008 at 19:19:59:
Capt Tim -- It would be great if there were a simple answer, but you know as well as any of us who have participated in these forums for any length of time, you really don't want to be basing serious decisions on advice received from some faceless entity with unknown qualifications -- no offense intended to Mr. Dabareiner. Based on the limited information you have shared here, I can't imagine it would be possible to give you a definite answer. There are other factors that could potentially impact what the correct answer would be. I would highly recommend you consult with an attorney if you are facing any legal action, or the threat of legal action. In the mean time, you may also want to consider 46 USCS § 30106.
"§ 30106. Time limit on bringing maritime action for personal injury or death
Except as otherwise provided by law, a civil action for damages for personal injury or death arising out of a maritime tort must be brought within 3 years after the cause of action arose."
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