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Any time a party acts with intention to cause direct harm to another party, the law categorizes that as an intentional act of personal injury. In some cases, the one who commits the intentional act and the victim know one another. For example, this may be the case with elder abuse or domestic violence. In other cases, the parties may not know each other.
An intentional act of personal injury may take many forms:
- Acts involving direct physical force against a person, such as assault.
- Damage to property, such as vandalism.
- Non-force related property loss, such as fraud.
- Psychological injuries suffered, though no physical harm is experienced.
We are ready to fight for an injury victim's rights. We know the legal system, and we know how insurance companies try to conceal their obligation to compensate victims. Tell them you mean business - contact the Law Offices of Joe Bornstein right away.
Intentionally inflicted injuries can derail your work and daily life. Get back on track with experienced personal legal representation. Call Joe today.
Painful and debilitating injuries can make life seem unfair. You didn't ask for this to happen. In more than 47 years of practicing personal injury law, we have emerged as a law firm with an unyielding dedication to our clients in a caring, honest, and ethical way, all the time remaining sensitive and attentive to the special personal needs of each individual.