Consequential damage

Consequential damage,

Definition of Consequential damage:

  1. Damage or injury that does not directly and immediately result from a wrongful act, but instead indirectly and/or after elapse of some time. Consequential damage usually cannot be foreseen and is often unrecoverable through litigation, unless the offending party was notified in advance that the aggrieved party would suffer such damage. Also called indirect damage or special damage. See also consequential loss.

Meaning of Consequential damage & Consequential damage Definition