1. General damages including pain and suffering in the amount of $250,000 or an amount to be determined at trial;
2. Medical and related expenses in the amount of $75,000 or an amount to be determined at trial];
3. Punitive and Consequential Damages;
4. Costs of this Action, Including Attorney & Legal Fees;
6. Any other and further relief that the court considers proper.
Is there something wrong with that?? I looked up "punitive damages" online, and I now understand what they are. In consideration of #13, I take it I am not allowed to ask for punitive and consequential damages, and that's why they're objecting?
A. FIRST OBJECTION
2. No response is required to the averment under the Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Procedure. Rule 1006 speaks for itself.
3. No response is required to the averment under the Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Procedure. Rule 402 speaks for itself.
4. Denied. This averment is a conclusion of law to which no response is required under the Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Procedure.
5. Admitted in part. It is admitted that certain events occurred in Lancaster County. It is specifically denied that the cause of action set forth in Plaintiffs Complaint arose in Lancaster County. The remainder of this averment is denied.
(a) The material facts on which a cause of action or defense is based shall be stated in a concise and summary form.
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