If it is for pain and suffering no. If it is for lost wages, then that is an issue for a divorce case.
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No. Not unless you supported him while he was unable to work.
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I do not believe that you would be entitled, particularly when you are separated while the case is pending and he is out of work. Was anyone required to pay spousal support?
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