Torts — intentional infliction of emotional distress
Where the plaintiff alleges sexual abuse, the statute of limitations begins tolling at the point where the plaintiff’s emotional injuries became apparent and were related to the abuse, but if more than two years have passed since that point, the complaint is time-barred.The 1st District Appellate Court affirmed the decision of Cook County Circuit Judge John P. Callahan Jr.Jane Doe, born September 1979, became a member …
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