A person entitled to bring a civil action under this subtitle may recover any or all
of the following:
(1) Economic damages and any other pecuniary loss sustained by the plaintiff that
was proximately caused by the death of an individual from the individual's unlawful
use of a controlled dangerous substance; and
(2) Noneconomic damages, including pain and suffering, emotional distress, mental
anguish, loss of enjoyment, loss of companionship, services and consortium, and other
nonpecuniary loss sustained by the plaintiff that was proximately caused by the death
of an individual from the individual's unlawful use of a controlled dangerous substance.
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