Word forms: (regular plural) consequential losses
( Insurance : Claims )
The loss of ongoing profit because of the inability to continue trading is a consequential loss.
If a cold storage plant is without electrical power, and foodstuffs spoil as a result,
then this is a consequential loss, not a direct loss.
A consequential loss is a loss that follows another loss that is caused by a danger that has been insured
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