Compensation for a Michigan medical malpractice case is determined by state law. A victim can only receive a certain amount of compensation, up to what Michigan has set as the damage limit or cap limit. This limit changes every year.
Current law allows patient to receive compensation for the following injuries and damages associated with their medical malpractice:
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Fright and shock
- Medical bills and expenses incurred to date
- Medical bills and expenses necessary in the future
- Loss of earnings, wages, and income
- Loss of earning capacity
- Other special needs, like education, job retraining, attendant care services
If you or someone you know suspects that you have been a victim of medical malpractice, call our top rated Michigan lawyers today to discuss your case. We will determine whether or not you have legal basis to file a claim and discuss with you the compensation limits that would apply to your case. Call now at (800) 606-1717. Our Michigan medical malpractice lawyers have significant experience in these types of cases and have a track record of obtaining maximum compensation for the injuries suffered to our clients.