Maryland Cap on Non-Economic Damages

The cap on pain and suffering damages in Maryland for claims arising after today has increased to $680,000. This is also the maximum cap on any non-medical malpractice wrongful death case if there is only one claimant. The wrongful death cap with two or more beneficiaries in a non-medical malpractice case is now $1,020,000.

The pain and suffering cap in Maryland in medical malpractice cases as the result of a bill that was passed last year remains at $650,000. This is also the maximum cap on medical malpractice wrongful death cases if there is only one claimant. The wrongful death cap with two or more beneficiaries in medical malpractice cases that arise after today is $812,500.

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  • Mr. Harold H. Hodge Jr.

    I JUST LIKE TO SAY YOUR WEBSITE HAS BEEN VERY INFORMATIVE TO PEOPLE LIKE ME THAT IS NOT A LAWYER.

    aS ONE GREAT LAW PROFESSOR SAID YOU HAVE ” REAL LAWYERS’ THEN YOU HAVE PERERSITES”LAWYERS”
    kEEP UP THE GOOD FIGHT!

    bYE

  • Stephen W. DeRuggiero

    I think that Maryland Cap and Non-Economic Damages Should be use at the time you go to court not when you file in court the wrongful dead.

    It may take 4-5 years of pain and suffering before you go to court.

    Thanks…

    Stephen

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