Are you looking to file a lawsuit because you or a loved one was seriously injured by an assault and battery? You can read more information here about battery lawsuits and fill out the form below for a free evaluation of your case.
In legal terms, a battery is defined as the “the actual intentional striking of someone, with intent to harm.” In criminal cases, defendants are typically charged with both assault and battery—the assault occurs when someone is threatened with physical harm, and the battery occurs when the person is actually hurt.
When a defendant in a criminal battery case is tried in court, the defendant faces a penalty of jail, probation or fines. However, A victim in a battery case also has the right to file a battery lawsuit in order to seek compensation for their injuries, pain and suffering, lost wages and medical bills.
Weitz & Luxenberg attorneys have decades of experience in helping people who have suffered serious injuries, including those who were hurt because of a battery. There is no charge unless we obtain a verdict or settlement for you. Complete the form below, and a law firm representative will contact you as soon as possible.
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