losses directly referable to the act of infringement; losses that can readily be proven to have been sustained, and for which the injured party should be compensated as a matter of right.
(law) compensation for losses that can readily be proven to have occurred and for which the injured party has the right to be compensated
Sum of money a plaintiff (injured party) is entitled to, to compensate him for actual economic loss sustained.
Actual damages are real damages to compensate for loss or injuries that have actually occurred. This is in contract to "nominal" damages (a small amount paid where there is no real loss) or "punitive damages" (intended to punish the party who must pay damages). When damages that have been suffered by someone as a result of another's wrongdoing can be precisely measured, they are called actual damages.
the cost of additional treatment, loss of wages, loss of future wages, and pain and suffering.
Real and substantial damages, or the amount awarded to a complainant in compensation for his or her actual and real loss or injury.
The compensation received by an injured party for the actual injuries or loss suffered by the party.
Damages awarded to compensate a plaintiff's actual losses (for example, lost profits) arising from the wrongful actions of the defendant. A plaintiff must prove the amount of his losses and that they are specifically and directly attributable to the defendant's actions.
An award of the court to compensate an injured party for losses incurred as a result of the actions or omissions of another party.
see "damages, actual"
Damage that really exists as distinguished from potential or possible damage.