What damages are recoverable in a premise’s liability case?

Premises Liability – civil liability for injuries from dangerous conditions on property

What damages are recoverable in a premise’s liability case?

The typical damages that one may recover upon proving negligence would include recovery for physical injuries, medical expenses, pain and suffering and lost wages. Some states, like Maryland, may limit or cap recovery of non-economic damages in personal injury matters. Currently the District of Columbia and Virginia do not limit the recovery of non-economic in personal injury cases, although Virginia does have a cap for medical malpractice cases. Click here for more info.

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