direct damages

Definition of "direct damages"
  1. Compensation for losses that naturally and foreseeably occur right after a wrongful action
How to use "direct damages" in a sentence
  1. The company was ordered to pay direct damages to the client for breaching the contract and causing financial loss.
  2. The court found the defendant liable for the plaintiff's direct damages due to his negligent behavior.
  3. In this case of unauthorized use of intellectual property, the victim is entitled to direct damages, which reflect the immediate financial impact of the infringement.

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