Yes. For claims of personal injury or bodily injury, the time limit is usually two years. This is called the limitation period. This can be extended to a maximum of ten years if the basis for the claim was not reasonably discoverable by the injury victim, until a later date. The law also provides for a postponement of time running against a claim while the injured person is a minor, or while they are under a mental or physical disability. This is a technical area of the law, so anyone who thinks that he or she might have a legal excuse for not suing within the usual two-year limitation period should talk to a good injury lawyer. Call Ches Crosbie Barristers toll-free at 1-888-579-3262.