The lack of realized damages does not toll the statute of limitations in a legal malpractice claim, a three-judge Pennsylvania Superior Court panel has ruled.

In Wachovia v. Ferretti, the appeals court panel rejected Wachovia’s argument that it could not have brought a negligence claim against its attorney for an act that didn’t result in damages until years later.

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