Legally speaking, an injury does not necessarily involve physical harm to a person. In fact, an injury may not directly involve any one person. It may instead be economic in nature and related to a breach of contract or some other business dispute.
Damages stemming from business-type injuries are calculated differently than physical injuries. The remedy to a business dispute may come in the form of a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO), which requires the responsible party to stop whatever it was doing to cause the harm. Alternatively, the remedy may require the party to complete actions that were previously promised. Other remedies involve what are known as “equitable estoppel” and “quantum meruit” principles, which require a reasonable compensation for a contract that has not been completed.
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