Maryland law allows plaintiffs to recover all of their quantifiable economic expenses such as their medical bills, rehabilitation expenses and loss of income that occurred as a result of the injuries that they sustained because of the medical malpractice of the defendants. The non-economic damages (such as compensation for pain and suffering) are limited to $665,000 in 2009 and will increase by $15,000 on January 1 of each applicable calendar year as defined by statute.
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