Definition of Special damages

1. Noun. (legal) Damages that can be quantified precisely, including such things as plaintiff's medical expenses, lost wages, and similar out-of-pocket costs (as contrasted with general damages, such as pain and suffering, which must be estimated). ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Special Damages

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special attacks
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special contract
special court-martial
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special damages (current term)
special defense
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