As of September 1, 2015, Nova Scotia has a new Limitation of Actions Act. This law creates time limits for how long injured victims have to sue for compensation. The time limits are different depending on the type of claim.
There are some important changes in the new Act that injury victims need to be aware of. The one that may have the greatest impact on personal injury claims is the new rule that establishes a two year time limit for many claims.
Exceptions to the two year time limit