Assault and Battery



Posted by Norman
Assault and battery are considered intentional torts in personal injury law. This means that they are intentionally inflicted on an individual by another person. In a typical assault and battery case, the offender is sued by the victim to get compensation for injuries and damages that stem from the incident. Legal requirements differ by state but a personal injury complaint for assault can arise even when there is no actual touching or contact that occurred.
Posted by Norman

In what is somewhat of a reversal of roles, a personal injury attorney is facing personal injury charges for punching two men in State Street area bars in Wisconsin.

Mr.Jonathan G. Evenson, 34, is a Madison attorney who specializes in personal injury cases.