Non-economic damages cover losses that have no actual value. Examples of non-economic damages are pain, suffering, disfigurement, and others.
Punitive damage is the reward the victim will get after being involved in a car crash where the at-fault driver intentionally did the crime. This often happens to drivers who have been charged multiple times with drunk driving.
Economic damages encompass medical bills, lost wages, car rental expenses, repair expenses, property damages, and other entities that have an actual value.
In Florida, typically you will have four years to file a lawsuit. However, if wrongful death happens to occur, you have two years to take action.