Unliquidated Claim Law and Legal Definition

An unliquidated claim is a claim for which a specific value cannot be calculated mathematically. In other words, in an unliquidated claim the amount and liability will not be precisely determined or that it cannot be determined without an evidentiary hearing. For instance, in the case of a car accident the pain suffered is a question to be determined by the jury and hence any claim with respect to the pain suffered is an unliquidated claim.