Personal Injury Lawyer in Phoenix, Arizona
Attorney for Cases Involving Intentional Conduct
Intentional conduct or wrongdoing is one of three main grounds for
personal injury claims. Also referred to as intentional torts, these cases involve a person
who has acted intentionally and willfully to cause another person harm.
Although actions of this kind may result in criminal charges, the injured
party may also be able to file a separate personal injury lawsuit.
Were you injured because another person acted deliberately to cause you
harm? A Phoenix injury attorney at Knowles Law Firm, PLC can talk to you
about filing a lawsuit in civil court. Even if the person is already facing
criminal charges for their actions, they can file a personal injury case
for their intentional conduct, seeking justice through the civil court
system. This may also apply in a case where a person who harmed you was
tried and acquitted in criminal court. This may be your second chance
Types of Intentional Torts
Some examples of intentional torts may include:
Assault – physically harming another person by attacking him or her. This
may also include making a threat or attempt of bodily harm against another person.
False imprisonment – taking and /or holding another person against their will, sometimes
accomplished by way of physical force, although this is not necessary
to constitute false imprisonment.
Fraud or misrepresentation – spreading what one knows to be false information about another
person or business in order to cause the victim harm.
These are just a few simple examples of what may constitute intentional
torts. An jury lawyer at their firm can explain these in more detail and
can talk to you about your unique case to see if it qualifies. It is important
to act quickly if you believe you have grounds for a personal injury lawsuit
based upon intentional wrongdoing. By contacting their offices today,
you can get more information about what they can do to handle your case
and protect your rights and interests.
Contact a Phoenix intentional tort lawyer at Knowles Law Firm, PLC today to see how they can help.