Suing The New York Government? Exceptions And Extensions To Statutes of Limitation / Notification Periods

When you are suing the New York government, there are strict time limitations for notice and filing your claim, but they are not without exception or without the ability to extend under special circumstances. Recently, we featured a blog post about the statute of limitations when suing a New York municipal entity or authority.  However, there are exceptions to the rule and motion practices you can attempt to pursue if none of those exceptions apply. These statutes of limitations and the statutory period of notice of claims are tricky depending on the nature of the claim and the legal status of the claimant, so consult an attorney in New York immediately should you choose to sue a New York municipal entity or authority. Claim Notification Exceptions in New York If your claim against a New York municipal entity or authority involves a claim by an infant (person under the age of

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