Wisconsin Standard Jury Instructions “3710 Consequential Damages for Breach of Contract” lay down the method of computing damages and recovering them.
- The objective of the law is to compensate any person who has suffered from a breach of contract.
- The damages will be equal to the losses suffered by the party due to the breach of contract.
- The damage will be limited only to the net gain or benefit that the promisee would have derived if the contract had been performed promptly.
- Consequential losses will be provided as damages only where it can be foreseen accurately and precisely and proven to the court with appropriate evidence.