Atlanta Injuries from Criminal Misconduct Lawyers
The American justice system deals with criminal misconduct in two ways. The criminal justice punishes. The civil justice system rewards. Victims of criminal misconduct are entitled to compensation. If you have been the victim of any of the following crimes, Friend and Bonder attorneys can help ensure that you receive appropriate compensation for your injuries.
- Assault: Assault is the tort of intentionally and voluntarily causing the reasonable apprehension of immediate bodily harm
- Battery: Battery is the tort of intentionally and voluntarily causing an un-consented harmful or offensive contact. Unlike assault, battery involves actual contact, not merely the apprehension of contact.
- Conversion: Conversion is the unlawful interference with property rights, usually accomplished through theft, arson or vandalism
- Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress: IIED is the intentional or reckless causing of extreme emotional distress through conduct that is extreme and outrageous.
- False Imprisonment: False imprisonment is the tort of confining or physically restraining a person without legal authority.
- Fraud: Fraud is the tort of intentionally deceiving someone for personal gain or to harm another individual.
- Trespass to Chattels: Trespass to chattels is the tort of intentionally stealing personal property for a period of time, however brief, and causing harm to that property.