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How Much Can I Expect To Be Compensated For My Pain And Suffering?

Wisconsin law provides that non­economic damages, such as pain and suffering, mental distress, loss of enjoyment of normal activities or pleasures of life, etc. is limited to no more than $350,000 for injury or wrongful death of an adult or injury to a minor. It is limited to $500,000 for the wrongful death of a minor.

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