TBA Law Blog


Posted by: Suzanne Craig Robertson on May 23, 2019

In his column this month, John Day asks: "If a plaintiff is found to be partially at fault for causing her injuries, should the trial judge apply the fault percentage to the noneconomic damages as determined by the jury before or after reducing the noneconomic damages to the capped amount?"

Read more about fault allocation against the plaintiff and its impact on the noneconomic damages cap in the May installment of "Day on Torts."