Since 2005, damages in Montana medical malpractice cases have been based on a “reduced chance of recovery.” Economic losses such as medical expenses and loss of income are recoverable. Noneconomic damages such as pain and suffering are limited to $250,000. A court may impose punitive damages against a defendant if the defendant is guilty of deliberate malice.
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