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Torts

Torts are civil suits that involve physical damage or injury. A common tort is personal injury in an automobile accident.

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Is blackmail a criminal or a civil offense?

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How many girls don't go to school?

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There are quite a few girls worldwide that do not go to school. Some of these girls are captives or neglected for example.

How many Bog Turtles are left in the world?

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The Bog Turtle is on the PA endangerd list. There is no real number of how many there are because they are such an elusive species.

What does the signs toxic mean?

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It either means that the area is contaminated with toxic materials, or a product has toxic properties.

How many people have been attacked by badgers?

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473,777,339,358 badgers left in the world

Can I sue for second hand smoking?

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if a employer waiting at the bus stop comes by and sit down close by with a cigerette, blowing smoke in the face after telling him that the smoke makes you sick?

this is out side of the place i work waiting for bus, i mention this to him that it makes me sick and he said he didnt care i can move.

Can your neighbor drain water on your property?

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Maybe, Maybe not. It depends on whether your neighbor is "legally liable" for your water damage.

If the neighbor is not liable then they do not have to pay.

If the neighbor is liable, it should be covered under the liability portion of your neighbors property insurance policy if he selected liability coverage when he purchased his policy.

What are the examples of intentional injuries in teens?

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One example of intentional injuries is hitting someone on purpose.

What does intentional act mean?

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What is intentional change?

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Intentional means that it was meant to be done, not a mistake.

What is an example of a strict liability tort?

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could it be wild animals

What is the average payout for a personal injury case?

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If death occurs in a Personal Accident (P.A.) Policy, 100% of the sum insured is payable to the nominee.Under permanent Total Disablement (loss of):-Both hands or feet - 100%

Sight of both eyes - 100%

One hand and one foot - 100%

Either hand or foot and sight of one eye - 100%

Speech and hearing in both ears -100%

Either hand or foot - 50%

Sight of one eye - 50%

Speech or hearing in both ears - 50%

Hearing in one ear - 25%

Thumb and index finger of same hand - 25%

What the name for someone who gossips?

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Slander is knowingly spreading false information about a person to others through one's words. Malicious gossip would possibly fall under the definition of slander. However, just because someone says something that hurts your feelings, doesn't mean that the person has slandered you. If you believe that the malicious gossip against you rises to the level of slander, you should see a personal injury attorney in your area.

Which action can lead to intentional injuries?

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getting into a fight

Can gossiping be a tort?

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You are a fag?

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Can civil cases be appealed?

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Yes, civil cases can be appealed. There have to be grounds to appeal. Typically that is an excessive fine or for a failure to follow the law.