Battery Lawyer in Miami, Florida

Battery and assault go side by side, but they are two different terms. If you think you or a loved one has been the assault victim, you may have been the victim of battery. We commonly use the assault term to explain instances where someone was struck, kicked, hit or contact is made with them in any other way. Assault only occurs when the victim has a fear that they are approximate to be contacted in a dangerous way. A person is a victim of battery when that contact actually happens.

The contact doesn’t have to be person-to-person contact for a battery to happen, and the victim does not have to be feared that they will be struck directly by another individual for an assault to happen. Someone driving a car or throwing something at the victim can lead to an assault and/or battery.

Assault and battery are also different from many other personal injury problems you may be familiar with. Often, personal injury lawsuits happen due to accidents. Things like a car accident and slip occasions are the basis for a personal injury lawsuit. However, assault or battery are known as intentional torts. The victims of assault or battery also can file a civil lawsuit against the perpetrator. While the individual who committed the wrongful victim can be punished via the criminal procedure, you, the victim, are not compensated for the injuries.

It is significant that you contact a personal injury attorney in Miami, Florida at an experienced firm so that their team can ensure you are compensated for your injuries at 786-626-9546.

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