Subsequent Damages that Resulted from the Initial Injury:

consequential damages – losses that do not flow directly and immediately from an injurious act but that result indirectly from the act.  aka indirect damages.

continuing damages – ongoing damages arising from the same injury or series of acts.

prospective damages – future damages that, based on the facts pleaded and proved by the plaintiff, can reasonably be expected to occur.

proximate damages – compensation for reasonably foreseeable harm that directly, immediately. and naturally results from the wrongful act.



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