1. +6 years from majority versus perp. only Colo.Rev.Stat. 13-80-103.7(1)
a. BUT SEE, after +15 Years: Plaintiff may only recover damages for medical and counseling treatment and expenses, plus costs and attorney fees. Colo. Rev. Stat. §13-80-103.7(3.5(c)).
2. +2 years for most claims vs. employers. Colo.Rev.Stat. 13-80-102 (1)(a); (1)(h); Sandoval v. Archdiocese of Denver, 8 P.3d 598 (Colo. Ct. App. 2000)
a. Colo.Rev.Stat. 13-80-102 (1)(a). “Tort actions, including but not limited to actions for negligence, trespass, malicious abuse of process, malicious prosecution, outrageous conduct, interference with relationships, and tortious breach of contract;”
b. Colo.Rev.Stat. 13-80-102(1) (h) All actions against any public or governmental entity or any employee of a public or governmental entity, except as otherwise provided in this section or section 13-80-103;
3. +3 years for breach of fiduciary duty. Colo. Rev. Stat. § 13-80-101(1)(f).
1. Discovery, yes, liberal
a. Sailsbery v. Parks, 983 P.2d 137, 138 (Colo. Ct. App. 1999) (“Section 13-80-108, Colo. Rev. Stat. 1998, provides that a cause of action accrues on the date ‘both the injury and its cause are known or should have been known by the exercise of reasonable diligence.’”);
2. Majority, yes. Colo. Rev. Stat. 13-80-103.7(a); Sandoval v. Archdiocese of Denver, 8 P.3d 598 (Colo. Ct. App. 2000)
|Colo.Rev.Stat. 16-5-401(1) (a) (“Except as otherwise provided by statute applicable to specific offenses, delinquent acts, or circumstances, no adult person or juvenile shall be prosecuted, tried, or punished for any offense or delinquent act unless the indictment, information, complaint, or petition in delinquency is filed in a court of competent jurisdiction or a summons and complaint or penalty assessment notice is served upon the defendant or juvenile within the period of time after the commission of the offense or delinquent act as specified below:
Murder, kidnapping, treason, any sex offense against child, and any forgery regardless of the penalty provided:No limit
Attempt, conspiracy, or solicitation to commit murder; attempt, conspiracy, or solicitation to commit kidnapping; attempt, conspiracy, or solicitation to commit treason; attempt conspiracy, or solicitation to commit any sex offense against a child; and attempt, conspiracy, or solicitation to commit any forgery regardless of the penalty provided:No limit.”)