As is evident from the previous posts of this series, delay damages are complex. This is Part VIII of the series dedicated specifically to explaining these damages. Previous posts in the series have discussed proving that a delay occurred, addressed the most applicable and common defenses and varying methods to calculate delay damages—the Total Cost Method, the Modified Total Cost Method, the Jury Verdict Method, the Eichleay Formula and damages for an increase in labor, material and equipment costs. This post will discuss two methods that award damages for either a total or partial loss of labor productivity.
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