Most personal injury cases are filed after accidents. While everyone is responsible for their behavior and the consequences it causes, some people set out to hurt others on purpose. When this occurs, the perpetrators are typically arrested and might face criminal charges. Although this provides victims with a sense of justice, it does not help them with the physical, financial, and emotional consequences they may be facing. Additionally, due to the high burden of proof, some wrongdoers are not convicted of a crime.
This is where intentional tort law comes into play. At The Voorhies Law Firm, we have experience with intentional tort cases and can help you prove each aspect of your lawsuit, including intent.
Keep reading to learn more about intentional torts and call us at (504) 875-2223 for any legal assistance you may need.
Intentional torts are purposeful wrongdoings. Typically, acts or omissions that lead to injury represent a lack of care, but in intentional tort cases, these wrongdoings are done on purpose with the intent to harm someone else, physically or emotionally.
Common intentional torts include:
At The Voorhies Law Firm, our attorneys are deeply experienced with personal injury claims of all shapes and sizes. We understand laws at the local, state, and federal level, and will do everything in our power to make those laws work in your favor. Intentional tort cases are complex, but they are no match for our knowledge, skill, and resources.
Contact The Voorhies Law Firm to schedule your free case evaluation with one of our New Orleans experienced attorneys.