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In another case, the same court overturned a statutory limit on noneconomic damages in malpractice cases—including claims for inconvenience and lost enjoyment of life.
Other states cap noneconomic damages in medical negligence cases.
Jurors also determined that the Spragues were due $813,000 in economic damages and $1.63 million in noneconomic damages for pain and suffering.
In 1976, the hardship requirement was scrapped in favor of what appeared to be a completely noneconomic standard, which was early entry in exchange for ineligibility to play college basketball.
All of the humanities and the noneconomic social sciences in universities have a simple message.
The suit seeks unspecified economic and noneconomic damages, including punitive damages.
California has long had a $250,000 cap on noneconomic damages in medical malpractice cases.
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