consequential damages

Definition of "consequential damages"
  1. Losses arising not directly from a wrongful act, but rather as a consequence, and that were foreseeable at the time of the act
How to use "consequential damages" in a sentence
  1. The leak of private data resulted in consequential damages, hurting the company's reputation.
  2. The consequential damages from the breach of contract included lost business.
  3. After the accident, the business faced consequential damages as they had to close for repairs.

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