Future damages means any damages that result from an injury to person that is a subject of a tort action and that will accrue after the verdict or determination of liability by the trier of fact is rendered in that tort action.
Examples of Future damages in a sentence
Future damages may be awarded if there exists sufficient evidence to provide a reasonable basis for computation.
More Definitions of Future damages
Future damages means damages arising from personal injury which the trier of fact finds will accrue after the damage findings are made and includes damages for medical treatment, care and custody, loss of earnings, loss of earning capacity, loss of bodily function, and pain and suffering.
Future damages means damages that result from the wrongful death and that will accrue after the verdict or determination of liability by the jury or court is rendered in the civil action for wrongful death.
Future damages means damages that are incurred after the date of the judgment. Future damages do not include exemplary damages.
Future damages means noneconomic damages and economic damages to be incurred after entry of a judgment.
Future damages means damages to compensate for pecuniary losses to be incurred or expenditures to be made after an order is made in a proceeding; (« dommages-intérêts futurs »)
Future damages means damages arising from personal injuries which the trier of fact finds will accrue after the damages findings are made.