Ocala Personal Injury Lawyers > Video FAQs > Does Florida cap non-economic damages, like pain and suffering, for a person injured in a car accident?

Does Florida cap non-economic damages, like pain and suffering, for a person injured in a car accident?

No, it does not. You have to prove your damages, but there’s no cap on them. Now, there is a cap against any governmental entity, such as the city or state. That’s under sovereign immunity, which now days is $200,00.

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