March 13, 2024

How Long Do I Have to File a Civil Rights Lawsuit?

In Wisconsin, the legal timeframe to initiate most civil rights cases is limited to three years from when the cause of action arises. Federal Courts are directed to follow the most analogous state statute of limitations pertaining to injuries to the rights of a person. As civil rights cases include various types of cases, you will need to consult with an attorney to determine the statute of limitations that applies to your case.

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