$100,000 Loss of Consortium Settlement After Jury Selection
Did you know that the spouse of an injured party has his/her own separate claim for loss of consortium? The spouse him/herself does not even need to be physically injured in order to make a claim for loss of consortium.
Instead, the spouse of the injured party needs to show that he/she lost love, comfort, care, companionship, protection, assistance, affection, moral support, society, and/or sexual relations due to the injured party's injuries.
In this specific case, we obtained a $100,000 settlement for the injured party's spouse due to her loss of love, comfort, care, sexual relations, and all the other things that make up the fabric of her marriage.
Disclaimer: This post is not a guarantee or a prediction of any future cases or how your case will end. Results vary on a case-by-case basis.
Practice area(s): Personal Injury
Court: Spring Street Courthouse