Thank you for your response. Please use reply to expert instead of opening new questions over and over, so we can keep everything in the same place and it will not be as confusing.
Actually, the MS Statute of limitations
is the same as FL, 2 years from date of act and not more than 7 from the date of the injury. See: MS Statute 15-1-36(1).
Also, MS requires you must submit a medical expert report stating the conduct of the doctor was malpractice at the time you file suit or the suit would be dismissed. See: MS Statute11-1-58.
So as you can see, the MS law is identical to FL law regarding statutes of limitations and also the requirement of having an expert witness.
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