Med Mal statute of repose trumps unrepresented estate statute
Georgia law does not allow the unrepresented estate statute, O.C.G.A. § 9-3-92 to toll the ultimate statute of repose in medical malpractice actions by the period during which the estate is unrepresented. See Georgia Supreme Court opinion below.
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