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What are the statutes of limitations for filing a bodily injury and or property damage claim in Missouri?

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2007-02-02 02:32:00
2007-02-02 02:32:00

Consult an attorney for specifics, but in Missouri: Personal Injury: For most personal injury based upon negligent conduct, 5 years. For most personal injury resulting from intentional misconduct, 2 years. Injury to Personal Property: 5 years.

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