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The Court found that the statutory limit does not interfere with the jury’s ability to render a verdict or the judge’s task of entering judgment. Instead, the limit informs those duties.
In addition, because the Court found that a claim for damages for wrongful death is statutory and not found at common law, the legislature was merely using the [...]
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