Selected Cases by Article & Issues
(1) Compensation is due only for harm, including future harm, that is established with a reasonable degree of certainty.
(2) Compensation may be due for the loss of a chance in proportion to the probability of its occurrence.
(3) Where the amount of damages cannot be established with a sufficient degree of certainty, the assessment is at the discretion of the court.
|1||Certainty of existence of harm||5|
|1.2||Loss of a chance||11|
|2||Determination of extent of harm||4|
|2.1||Equitable determination of harm||17|