Damages

money paid to make up for a loss or injury you have caused someone

Damages

[season 3] The third season of the FX legal drama series Damages premiered on January 25, 2010 and concluded on April 19, 2010. It consisted of thirteen episodes, bringing the series total to 39. Damages was created by brothers Todd and Glenn Kessler along with Daniel Zelman, each of whom served as executive producers and contributed four s...
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Damages

[season 4] The fourth season of the legal drama series Damages premiered on the Audience Network, an entertainment channel owned by DirecTV, on July 13, 2011 and concluded on September 14, 2011. The season featured 10 episodes, bringing the series total to 49. The fourth season takes place three years after the Tobin case. Ellen has moved o...
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damages

[Noun] The money a court gives a person because they have been harmed in some way.
Example: Sheryl was awarded damages for the injury.
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damages

[n] - a sum of money paid in compensation for loss or injury
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Damages

An award of compensation which is related to the amount of harm done. See General Damages and Special Damages.
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Damages

The normal remedy in law as compensation for a person's loss is a payment of money called damages. The person suffering the loss may apply for a different remedy, such as an injunction. Where this cannot be given, or is not given by the court, then damages will be awarded instead even if they are not as valuable as the other remedy.
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damages

In law, compensation for a tort (such as personal injuries caused by negligence) or breach of contract. In the case of breach of contract the complainant can claim all the financial loss he or she...
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Damages

An amount of money claimed as compensation for physical/material loss, e.g. personal injury, breach of contract
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Damages

A sum of money claimed or awarded as compensation for loss or injury. Generally damages will be awarded only for loss or injury that could reasonably have been foreseen. However, if the injury has been more severe because the sufferer has some unusual vulnerability, the defendant must pay for the actual consequences of his wrongdoing. Also see Exem...
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Damages

Compensation for breach of contract. The aim is to put the innocent party as far as possible in the financial position he would have been in but for the breach (e.g. with defective goods, damages would cover at least the cost of repair)
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Damages

money paid as the normal remedy in the law as compensation for an individual or company's loss. If another type of remedy is wanted (such as an injunction
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Damages

Monetary award granted by the court to compensate the successful litigant for a civil wrong or injury sustained
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Damages

The money awarded to a party in a civil suit to compensate them for any loss they have suffered, such as reparation for the loss or injury for which another is liable.
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Damages

The satisfaction awarded by a Judge or jury in a civil action for the wrong suffered by the plaintiff. Normally damages are claimed for pain and suffering, inconvenience and for future financial losses.
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damages

amends noun a sum of money paid in compensation for loss or injury
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Damages

• (imp. & p. p.) of Damage
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damages

in law, money compensation for loss or injury caused by the wrongful act of another. Recovery of damages is the objective of most civil litigation.[5 related articles]
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DAMAGES

Injuries or losses, such as a broken leg or lost wages.
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damages

damages, money award that the judgment of a court requires the defendant in a suit to pay to the plaintiff as compensation for the loss or injury inflicted. Damages are the form of legal redress most commonly sought. With a few exceptions, English courts of law traditionally afforded only this remed...
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Damages

The financial compensation awarded to someone who suffered an injury or was harmed by someone else's wrongful act.
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Damages

In legal terms damage refers to loss of life, property, potential gains which couldn't be made, lost opportunities, etc. because of (un)intentional design of someone, negligence, out of control externalities (say, natural calamties), and such. Damages also stands for the compensation that is provided by law to the complainant.
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damages

In law, compensation for a tort (such as personal injuries caused by negligence) or breach of contract. In the case of breach of contract the complainant can claim all the financial loss he or she has suffered. Damages for personal injuries include compensation for loss of earnings, as well as for the injury itself. The court might reduce the damag...
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Damages

[Jewish law] In Jewish law, damages (Hebrew: nezikin נזיקין) covers a range of jurisprudential topics that roughly correspond in secular law to torts. Jewish law on damages is grounded partly on the Written Torah, the Hebrew Bible, and partly on the Oral Torah, centered primarily in the Mishnaic Order of Nezikin. Since at least of the...
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Damages

[disambiguation] Damages is the money paid or awarded to a claimant in a civil action. Damages may also refer to: ...
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