How much compensation you can receive in your Michigan medical malpractice settlement is determined by state statute. This is known as damage limits, and they are set on non-economic compensation claims, such as your pain and suffering, disability, loss of enjoyment of life, and more. How much compensation a victim can receive also changes on a yearly basis. This is because every year the State changes the cap amount to adjust to cost of living.
Your resulting injuries, loss of earnings, and other damages will determine compensation, but maximum amount of what you can receive is determined by the state under Michigan law.
To discuss your medical malpractice case with our experienced expert attorneys call now at (800) 606-1717. We will explain your legal rights and determine what a fair settlement amount is for your case by discussing with you the compensation limits that would apply to your medical malpractice claim.