What kind of compensation can a TBI survivor recover in a lawsuit?

What kind of compensation can a TBI survivor recover in a lawsuit?

There are basically two types of damages a traumatic brain injury victim can recover: economic and non-economic damages. Economic damages can include: medical bills, the cost of long-term medical care, including physical and occupational therapy, the cost of prescription drugs and required medical devices, rehabilitation costs, attendant care, lost income and lost earning capacity. Non-economic damages can include: pain and suffering, emotional distress, disfigurement, humiliation, grief, loss of enjoyment of life and other human losses.

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