The types of damages that can be claimed typically depend on the specific circumstances of the case and the applicable laws.

  1. Compensatory Damages: These damages aim to compensate plaintiffs for the actual losses and harm they have suffered. They can be economic and non-economic damages.
  2. Punitive Damages: In some cases, where the defendant’s conduct is deemed particularly reckless, intentional, or grossly negligent, punitive damages may be awarded.
  3. Medical Expenses: If you have incurred medical costs related to your injuries or illnesses caused by the mass tort, you may be able to claim reimbursement for past, present, and future medical expenses.
  4. Loss of Income: If your injuries have resulted in a loss of income, such as being unable to work temporarily or permanently, you may be eligible to claim compensation for the wages or earning capacity you have lost and any future income you may be unable to earn due to the injuries.