Kansas law allows medical malpractice plaintiffs to recover all of their economic losses such as medical bills, loss of income and wages for domestic help that are necessary as a result of the plaintiff’s injuries. Kansas law also allows plaintiffs to recover up to $250,000 of damages for noneconomic losses such as pain and suffering. Punitive damages are limited to the lesser of the defendant’s highest gross income for the previous 5 years or $5 million dollars.
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