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The successful plaintiff of an Indiana personal injury lawsuit is entitled to damages in a sum that reasonably compensates the plaintiff for bodily injuries, pain and suffering, any past, present, or future expenses reasonably necessary in the course of the plaintiff’s medical treatment, and all financial losses suffered, or to be suffered, as a result of the injury. A personal injury plaintiff may typically recover damages for:
Permanent real property injury occurs when the cost of restoring the property to its condition prior to the injury is greater than the fair market value of the real property prior to the injury. A plaintiff with permanent injury to real property can only recover the difference between the fair market value of the property before and after the injury. In contrast, a plaintiff with a temporary injury to real property can recover the cost of restoring the property to its pre-injury condition.
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