Pecuniary damages generally refers to money or income but can include loss of the decedent’s earning capacity, advice, counsel, services, care, maintenance, and support.
Mental anguish damages is defined as the emotional pain, torment, and suffering that the plaintiff would, in reasonable probability, experience from the death of a family member.
Loss of Companionship & Society
Loss of companionship and society damages are the positive benefits flowing from the love, comfort, companionship, and society the plaintiff would, in reasonable probability, have experienced if the decedent had lived.
Loss of Inheritance
Loss of inheritance damages are essentially the value that the decedent would, in reasonable probability, have added to the estate and left at natural death to the statutory wrongful-death beneficiaries but for the wrongful act causing the premature death.
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