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harm, hit, or otherwise touched when you didn't want to be, a civil assault and
battery lawyer can help.
A civil assault and battery lawyer helps victims sue for money damages from
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compensation for medical expenses, emotional distress, or pain and suffering.
Assault & Battery Definitions
(n) the crime or tort of threatening or attempting to inflict immediate
offensive physical contact or bodily harm that one has the present ability to
inflict and that puts the victim in fear of such harm or contact compare
(n) the crime or tort of intentionally or recklessly causing offensive physical
contact or bodily harm (as by striking or by administering a poison or drug)
that is not consented to by the victim compare assault.
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