What is the Utah Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury Lawsuits?

SLC Injury Lawyer Kevin Swenson

Video Transcript:

Rob Rosenthal:

Do you know the statute of limitations for personal entry claims in Utah? We're asking Utah lawyer Kevin Swenson for an Ask The Lawyers Quick Question.

Kevin Swenson:

The standard personal injury statute of limitations in Utah is four years, but if it involves a public entity, it's a year, and if it's medical malpractice or wrongful death, it's two years. So it changes depending on what the facts are, but the standard is four years.

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