aggravated damages
in England, when damages are large, the court can consider the defendant's conduct in fixing the damages to take into account the injury to the plaintiff's dignity and pride.

Collins dictionary of law. . 2001.


aggravated damages
Damages to provide compensation for mental distress or injury to feelings caused by the manner or motive with which a wrong was committed or by the defendant's conduct subsequent to the wrong.
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