Your supervising attorney has asked you to meet with a client, Mrs. Wendle, who may have a medical malpractice cause of action. You meet with Mrs. Wendle and she tells you the following: Mrs. Wendle had severe arthritis in her hip. As a result, she underwent hip surgery two years ago at a local Tampa, Florida hospital. Her surgeon, Dr. Razor, is a well-known hip surgeon in the Tampa area. After surgery, Mrs. Wendle was discharged home without complications. Within a month, however, she came down with a fever, as well as constant pain when walking, sitting, and standing. She was readmitted to the hospital with an infection in her hip. As a result, she needed to have a second hip replacement surgery. Mrs. Wendle wants to know if your law firm will represent her in a medical malpractice case against the hip surgeon and the hospital. The date of your meeting is next Thursday. Your supervising attorney plans to file a complaint on behalf of Mrs. Wendle. She needs you to help her determine whether she can file a complaint, or if the case is barred by the Florida statute of limitations.