Moral damage is difficult to calculate. Rather, we can talk about the totality of documents and evidence to prove the facts causing you moral harm. If you decide to go to court with a claim for infliction of pecuniary damage and non-pecuniary damageand prepare for the fact that, in the absence of tangible evidence, the court can reject your claim.
Provide evidence of causing moral harm. Such evidence typically includes documented facts of physical and moral suffering (for example, poor health or an inability to continue normal social life).
Provide evidence of the wrongful conduct of a person who has caused you suffering. However, if the court finds that such evidence are not only civil but criminal liability, the case is about the illegal actions of the offender of your peace of mind can be severed and transferred to the appropriate court, if it was not previously known. In addition, if you do not have as their goal the attraction of a person, causing you harm, for criminal liability, the case about compensation of moral harm may end not in your favor.
Gather evidence supporting a causal, objective relationship between the wrongful behavior of the person causing you harm. For example, if your child was bitten by a dog, and you experience this suffering, then it cannot be the reason for the claim with the requirement about compensation of moral damage. Another thing, if a dog has bitten you and you were forced to take sick leave. In this case, you have the right to demand from the owner compensation for moral damage.
The law stipulates that the total amount of moral damagesand cannot exceed 720 the minimum wage (which roughly corresponds to the average earnings over 10 years). However, the unconditional formula which can calculate the moral damagedoes not exist, so use common sense if his assessment that the court has an opportunity to doubt your sanity.