An intentional tort suit is filed for a specific kind of injury: one that was caused by a purposeful act that one person inflicted on another. For example, a person who is driving distracted and ends up hitting another car is not an intentional tort case. But a person who intentionally ran their car into another driver would be considered an intentional tort. Our team at Ace Law Group can help you understand the difference. Contact our Las Vegas personal injury attorney by contacting us.
Proving Intent Takes A Skilled Attorney
If you do not have a seasoned attorney representing you, it may be too easy for the defendant to deny that he or she acted with intention. Too often, defendants are relieved of liability by insisting that the whole event was an accident. Instead, retain the services of Ace Law Group and rest assured knowing that we put the full extent of our resources to work for your case. We can get you the best possible results. Request a free case consultation today.
Types Of Intentional Tort
Personal injury cases are the broad umbrella under which intentional tort cases reside. Assault is an obvious form of intentional tort, and can be coupled with a wrongful death suit if the assault led to the death of a victim.
Other kinds of intentional tort personal injury claims can include, but are not limited to:
- Defamation through slander or libel
- Fraud that causes personal, emotional or financial harm
- False imprisonment
- Some types of theft
- Intentional infliction of emotional distress (IIED)
We offer free consultations for individuals who suspect they may be a victim of an intentional tort.
Contact our Las Vegas personal injury lawyers today to find out more about your options for pursuing compensation. Our firm can be reached at 702-605-3113.