Idaho's statutory cap on non-economic damages is here: https://iic.idaho.gov/non-economic-damages-cap/
It is currently $386,622.39.
The cap is lifted and does not apply in cases where reckless conduct is shown and found by the jury at trial, as per Idaho Code §6-1603, https://legislature.idaho.gov/statutesrules/idstat/Title6/T6CH16/SECT6-1603
Idaho Code §6-1601(10) defines reckless conduct as "conduct in which a person makes a conscious choice as to the person’s course of conduct under circumstances in which the person knows or should know that such conduct both creates an unreasonable risk of harm to another and involves a high probability that such harm will actually result." https://legislature.idaho.gov/statutesrules/idstat/Title6/T6CH16/SECT6-1601/
The cap applies on a per-claimant basis, in other words, to each plaintiff separately.
The Idaho Supreme Court has upheld Idaho's cap on general damages being lifted due to reckless conduct in cases involving medical malpractice and personal injury.