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What Can I Recover If I Win My Maryland Personal Injury Case?

Maryland law allows for the recovery of economic and non-economic damages.

 

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Maryland law calls compensation in a personal injury case damages or money damages. There are two types of damage that are applicable to a personal injury case. Economic and non-economic. Economic damages are hard number calculations, things that you can whip out a calculator and quickly tabulate. Things like lost wages, things like the payment of medical expenses or perhaps out of pocket expenses. Non-economic damages are a little more nebulous and a little more difficult to pin down. Included here are things like physical, emotional, or psychological pain, distress or discomfort. After a Maryland personal injury case, an injured individual is entitled to collect both economic damages and non-economic damages in an amount fixed by a jury.

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Eric T Kirk
Attorney

After graduating with honors from Albany Law School in New York, Eric Kirk has spent most of his 25 year legal career battling insurance companies to secure fair and just compensation for his clients in Maryland, New York, and Florida.

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