What Can Be Compensated as Non-Economic Damages Under Connecticut Law in a Connecticut Wrongful Death Medical Malpractice Claim?

In addition to Economic damages, a person's Estate is entitled to receive money damages as compensation for ALL Non-Economic Damages, Losses, and Harms have been suffered—and will be suffered in the future—as a result of medical malpractice. Here is a list of some items that may be considered Non-Economic Damages arising from a wrongful death medical malpractice claim for which an Estate is entitled to compensation. Please note that the following list is in ADDITION TO the Non-Economic Damages listed under the FAQ entitled "You Can Recover Compensation for All Non-Economic Damages and Losses Caused by Medical Malpractice." So you will probably want to check out that list too.

-  Physical Pain and Suffering Endured Before Death;
-  Physical Harm and Disability Endured Before Death;
-  Physical Disfigurement Endured Before Death;
-  Mental Suffering Endured Before Death;
-  Emotional Suffering Endured Before Death;
-  Interference with Daily Life Activities Before Death;
-  Fear and Anxiety Contemplating Death;
-  Fear and Anxiety Contemplating Consequences of Death for Loved Ones;
-  Destruction of the Capacity to Enjoy All of Life's Activities as a Spouse;
-  Destruction of the Capacity to Enjoy All of Life's Activities as a Parent;
-  Destruction of the Capacity to Enjoy All of Life's Activities as a Child;
-  Destruction of the Capacity to Enjoy All of Life's Activities as a Friend;
-  Destruction of the Capacity to Enjoy All of Life's Activities as an Individual;

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