Noneconomic Damages Reform: SB 2078 (1986).
Limits the award of damages for loss of consortium, emotional
Limits the award of damages for loss of consortium, emotional distress, or embarrassment to $400,000. The $400,000 limit on damages for embarrassment, emotional distress, and loss of consortium did not violate “certain remedy” clause of the State Constitution. Schweich v. Ziegler, Inc., 463 N.W.2d 722 (Minn. 1990).
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