I remember in law school a discussion as to remedy vs damages. The topic was Mrs. O'Leary and her famous cow. While the discussion was around proximate cause for damages. We concluded an appropriate remedy was was for financial comepnsation and an injunction against leaving lighted lanterns in the barn and her cow for remedies. Damages is generally considered in financial terms and remedies may be broader. In the case of the cow, it was appropriate for the court to issue an injunction to order the cow henceforth to not kick a lantern over and in the case of him violating the court order to be served up as steak and burgers. In the court case there was no mention whether the cow died in the original fire so as good budding lawyers we made no assumption it did.