The long understood rule of law in Florida is that a cause of action for legal malpractice accrues in the litigation context when the litigation is concluded by a final judgment, and the final judgment becomes final when the time for an appeal has expired, or if an appeal was taken, when the appeal is completed. This “bright-line rule” is designed to provide certainty and reduce litigation over when the statute of limitations begins to run.

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