Article 1085. The scope and nature of compensation for damage caused by damage to health.

1. When a citizen is injured or otherwise injured his health, the lost earnings (income) that he had or could definitely have, as well as additional expenses incurred due to the damage to health, including expenses for treatment, additional food, and purchase of medicines, are compensated for. , prosthetics, external care, spa treatment, purchase of special vehicles, preparation for another profession, if it is established that the victim needs these types of assistance and care and does not have the right to receive them for free. 2. In determining the lost earnings (income), the disability pension assigned to the victim in connection with injury or other damage to health, as well as other pensions, allowances and other similar payments, assigned both before and after injury to health, are not taken into account and do not entail a reduction in the amount of compensation for harm (not counted as compensation for harm). The salary (income) received by the victim after the damage to health is also not counted as compensation for harm. 3. The amount and amount of compensation for damage due to the victim in accordance with this article may be increased by law or contract.

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References to other articles of chapter 59. Obligations as a result of harm:
Article 1064. General grounds for liability for causing harm.
Article 1065. Prevention of harm.
Article 1066. Causing harm in a state of necessary defense.
Article 1067. Causing harm in a state of extreme necessity.
Article 1068. Responsibility of a legal entity or citizen for the harm caused by its employee.
Article 1069. Responsibility for harm caused by state bodies, bodies of local self-government, as well as their officials.
Article 1070. Responsibility for damage caused by unlawful actions of the bodies of inquiry, preliminary investigation, prosecutor's office and court.
Article 1071. Bodies and persons acting on behalf of the treasury for compensation for harm at its expense.
Article 1072. Compensation of damage by a person who has insured his liability.
Article 1073. Liability for harm caused by minors under the age of fourteen.
Article 1074. Liability for harm caused by minors between the ages of fourteen and eighteen.
Article 1075. Responsibility of parents deprived of parental rights for harm caused by minors.
Article 1076. Responsibility for harm caused by a citizen who is recognized as incapable.
Article 1077. Responsibility for harm caused by a citizen who is recognized as partially capable.
Article 1078. Responsibility for harm caused by a citizen who is not capable of understanding the meaning of his actions.
Article 1079. Responsibility for harm caused by an activity that creates an increased danger to others.
Article 1080. Liability for jointly caused harm.
Article 1081. The right of recourse to the person who caused the harm.
Article 1082. Ways of compensation.
Article 1083. Taking into account the fault of the victim and the property status of the person who caused the harm.
Article 1084. Compensation of harm caused to the life or health of a citizen in the performance of contractual or other obligations.
Article 1086. Definition of earnings (income) lost as a result of damage to health.
Article 1087. Indemnification in case of damage to the health of a person who has not reached the age of majority.
Article 1088. Compensation of harm to persons who suffered damage as a result of the death of the breadwinner.
Article 1089. The amount of compensation for the harm suffered in case of death of the breadwinner.
Article 1090. Subsequent change in the amount of compensation for harm.
Article 1091. An increase in the amount of compensation for harm in connection with an increase in the cost of living.
Article 1092. Payments for damages.
Article 1093. Indemnification in case of termination of a legal entity.
Article 1094. Reimbursement of expenses for burial.
Article 1095. Grounds for compensation for damage caused by deficiencies in a product, work, or service.
Article 1096. Persons responsible for harm caused by defects in a product, work or service.