Examples of Economic loss in a sentence
Economic loss “is recoverable where one intentionally makes false representations, and where one who is in the business of supplying information for the guidance of others in their business transactions makes negligent representations.” Moorman Mfg.
Economic loss includes loss of time or income and losses other than medical expenses incurred as a result of a plaintiff’s injuries to date (and the economic loss plaintiff is reasonably expected to incur in the future) [reduced to present value].
Economic loss claims made up to 96% of claims from the Gulf Coast Claims Facility following the 2010 Deepwater Horizon incident in the United States.
Economic loss in Lost Wages due to Crime Victims are injured by crimes and one way this happens is need for time to cope with the after effects of the crime.77 In 1998 the National Institute for Drug Abuse (NIDA) published 1992 estimates for selected crimes of how many days it takes a victim to cope with the immediate after 73 Office of Research & Planning.