Loss of Marriageability

If an individual is unable to get married then the cost savings of having another individual in the household are lost

In relatively few cases there may be a claim for the inability to get married. This is in a situation where the injuries are catastrophic and make the claimant less likely to be able to find someone that is prepared to spend years being their caregiver and wife/husband.

The theory behind this head of damage is that if an individual is unable to get married then the cost savings of having another individual in the household are lost. If this type of claim applies to you, you will need an economist to calculate the loss because this is a very complicated calculation.