Definitions for "Special Damages"
In contrast to the less tangible general damages, special damages are clear-cut out-of-pocket costs, such as medical bills or repairs, that are a result of another person's negligence or wrongful act.
Damages which compensate for direct and specific expenses that are involved in a loss including property damage, medical bills, loss of use, rental expenses, and lost wages. Special Damages do not include compensation for inconvenience or pain and suffering.
fixed and quantifiable losses which are being sought in a personal injury claim case such as loss of earnings, vehicle damage and prescription/medical treatment costs.
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