In Dubose v. Quinlan, 2017 WL 5616235, (Pa., Nov. 22, 2017), the Pennsylvania Supreme Court affirmed the decision of the trial court and the Pennsylvania Superior Court, both of which had held that the statute of limitations for medical professional liability in the form of wrongful death or survival action is two years, commencing on the date of decedent’s death, as opposed to two years commencing on the date that the victim ascertained, or in the exercise of due diligence should have ascertained the fact of a cause of action.
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