Illinois Intentional Tort Litigation and Personal Injury Attorneys

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Intentional torts are not a widely understood area of the law for laymen because most of tort law centers around issues of negligence and strict liability. In an intentional tort, the defendant is accused of purposeful wrongdoing that causes an injury to the plaintiff. Intentional torts are civil cases, but they are often proceeded by criminal cases for the same offense. An intentional tort, however, does not have to have a criminal component.

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