The most common types of injury cases are car accidents, trucking accidents, motorcycle and bicycle accidents, pedestrians being hit by vehicles, slip and falls, trip and falls, and injuries caused by defective products like bad pharmaceutical drugs, dangerous machinery, recalled vehicles, and faulty medical devices. Personal injury cases also include wrongful death, medical malpractice by doctors and hospitals, and cruise ship, boat, and airplane injuries. Just about any type of an injury or death caused by someone else’s fault is a potential personal injury lawsuit. In Florida, most personal injury lawsuits must be filed within four years if based in negligence. But cases involving medical malpractice and wrongful death have a two year statute of limitations. Florida’s statutes of limitations are codified in FLA. STAT. 95.11.