One type of personal injury involves the purposeful behavior of one person against another with the intention of harming that person or that person’s property. The perpetrator of such an act has committed an intentional tort and is liable for any damages caused by the act. In general, intentional torts are divided into two categories: Intentional torts against people (such as assault) and intentional torts against property (such as trespass).
- Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress
- False Imprisonment
- Fraud and Misrepresentation
- Trespass to Land
- Trespass to Chattels
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