Punitive damages ebook
by Kenneth R Redden
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Although the purpose of punitive damages is not to compensate the plaintiff, the plaintiff will receive all or some of the punitive damages award.
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Formulations like Punitive damages are too high or Punitive damages are too low suffer from the same problem as statements like Too many people are convicted of murder. Such statements, based on aggregate results, lose sight of the purpose of the law, which is to establish a fair process for achieving a fair result in individual lawsuits.
Punitive damages, also known as exemplary damages . Punitive damages were first recognized in England in 1763 and were recognized by the American colonies almost immediately. Schlueter, Linda . and Kenneth R.
Punitive damages are a way of punishing the defendant in a civil lawsuit and are based on the theory that the interests of society and the individual harmed can be met by imposing additional damages on the defendant.