Senator Gardner, bill sponsor, presented House Bill 18-1385. Under this bill, any civil action to recover damages caused by an act of domestic violence must be commenced within six years after a disability has been removed for a person under disability or within six years after a cause of action accrues, whichever is later. "Person under disability" is defined in the bill as any person who has a behavioral or mental health disorder, an intellectual and disability developmental disability, or a traumatic brain injury and is psychologically or emotionally unable to acknowledge the act of domestic violence and the resulting harm that is the basis for the civil action. A person under disability has the burden of proving that the act of domestic violence is the basis of the civil action and he or she was psychologically or emotionally unable to acknowledge the act of domestic violence and the resulting harm. A plaintiff that is the victim of a series of domestic violence offenses does not need to establish which act of a series caused the plaintiff's injury and the statute of limitations in this bill commences with the last in the series of acts.