reduces the statute of limitations in cases by minors against OB-GYNs from nineteen years to nine years. A person to whom a claim has accrued who is under nine years of age, has two years to file suit after reaching his/her ninth birthday. All other actions are to be commenced within 2 years of the accrual of the cause of action.
HB 1556 (1991)
reduces the statute of limitations in cases by minors against
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