12-2836. Limitation of actions for injuries; time for filing notice. No civil action shall be commenced in any court against the authority by any person for any injury to his or her person unless it is commenced within two years from the date that the injury was received or the cause of action accrued. Within one year from the date that such an injury was received or such cause of action accrued, any person who is about to commence any civil action in any court against the authority for damages on account of any injury to his or her person shall file in the office of the secretary of the board and also in the office of the general attorney for the authority either by himself or herself, his or her agent, or attorney, a statement, in writing, signed by himself or herself, his or her agent, or attorney, giving the name of the person to whom the cause of action has accrued, the name and residence of the person injured, the date and about the hour of the accident, the place or location where the accident occurred and the name and address of the attending physician, if any. If the notice provided for by this section is not filed as provided, any such civil action commenced against the authority shall be dismissed and the person to whom any such cause of action accrued for any personal injury shall be forever barred from further suing.
History: L. 1955, ch. 118, § 36; April 13.
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