Loss of Enjoyment of Life Legal Definition
“What is Loss of Enjoyment of Life?”
Loss of Enjoyment of Life
Loss of Enjoyment of Life legal definition: The loss of enjoyment of life is described as a plaintiff’s inability to enjoy life as they were once able due to their injuries.
Loss of Enjoyment of Life in Medical Malpractice Cases
Loss of enjoyment of life is considered a non-economic damage meaning it’s not tied to a dollar value, however, those who find themselves no longer able to enjoy life as they once could due to a medical malpractice accident, deserve to be compensated for that loss. If you suffered harm because of a doctor or healthcare provider’s negligence, you could be eligible to recover compensation for a number of losses related to your injury.
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