Law360 (Jul 10, 2020, 5:17 p.m. EDT) – The Oregon Supreme Court passed state law limiting non-economic damage in personal injury cases to $ 500,000 in the Oregon Constitution.
In a 5-2 ruling on Thursday, the state’s highest court ruled that the law limiting non-economic harm such as pain and suffering deprived individuals of access to justice, and upheld a lower court of appeals decision to overturn a court decision who overturned noneconomic damages of US $ 10.5 million to plaintiff Scott Busch.
The judges said the $ 500,000 cap was codified as the ORS …
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