This is a complex question. Assuming the Defendant is collectible, you will receive your entire economic damages.
In Michigan there are limits on non-economic damages for medical malpractice:
The state places a $280,000 cap on non-economic damages. This cap is adjusted annually for inflation.However, in some cases (i.e., hemiplegic, paraplegic, or quadriplegic due to brain injury or spinal cord, or permanently impaired cognitive injury) the cap is raised to $500,000.
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The land contract would have to be reviewed. In any event, if the land contract contained a forfeiture clause, the property could be forfeited back to the vendor. This is a complex matter and you should contact a local real estate attorney for consultation. Best of luck to you and your son in life and business. RS
You still have to pay your rent. In Michigan death does not invalidate a lease contract. That being said, she shouldn't be threatening you but that is not a valid reason to withhold rent. Best of luck - Reese Serra