Noneconomic Damages Reform: HB 2692 (1988): Kan. Stat. Ann. §§ 60-1902, 60-1903.
Limits noneconomic damages to $250,000. The Kansas Health Care Provider
Limits noneconomic damages to $250,000. The Kansas Health Care Provider Insurance Availability Act provision setting a $250,000 limit on noneconomic losses in health care liability actions did not violate the right to a jury trial or due process provisions of the State Constitution. Samsel v. Wheeler Transport Services, Inc., 789 P.2d 541 (Kan. 1990).
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