Assault, Battery and False Imprisonment

Assault, Battery and False Imprisonment

Classed under the category of intentional torts; Assault, Battery and False Imprisonment require an intent to cause harm. A common example is punching someone. There is an intent to cause harm and an injury results. The criminal element of the charge will be dealt with by police but as a victim, you may be entitled to compensation for the injury you suffered.

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