Fort Worth, TX asked in Consumer Law and Personal Injury for New Mexico

Q: What's the time frame to file a lawsuit against jcpenny?

Last year I was walking out of jcpenny. I was already several feet out of the doors and loss prevention stopped me and said I needed to go back inside. I refused and he then literally body slammed me outside on the pavement. Several people witnessed it. I am a female and this was a man . I suffered from left shoulder felt like it was sprained and had bruises all on my arm and soreness on my head

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Jeff Grandjean
Jeff Grandjean
  • Roswell, NM
  • Licensed in New Mexico

A: I notice you are from Fort Worth but you are asking the question in New Mexico. The statute of limitations in New Mexico is three years, so you still have time. I will not state with certainty what it is in Texas, but it could be two years, if it happened in Texas I would recommend consulting an attorney there immediately. If it happened in New Mexico, I would recommend contacting a New Mexico attorney to discuss, either myself or someone else you may find on Justia.

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