Malpractice Statute of Limitations

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Malpractice Statute of Limitations applies to Breach of Contract Claims asserting Negligent Supervision but Indemnification Obligations Extend Time for Filing Suit

Statute of Limitations for causes of action for negligent supervision and breach of engineering contract are both deemed professional malpractice claims subject to a three year statute of limitations for negligence actions, and began to run when firm completed its services.  A separate cause of action on a contractual indemnification claim, however, was governed by the six year statute of limitations that didn’t begin to run until the plaintiff had made payment to third parties to which it was entitled to recover from the engineer under the indemnification clause.


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