A person who commits a tort, a wrong doer
Tort law imposes a duty on persons not to intentionally or negligently injure others in society,
The threat of immediate harm or offensive contact
Unauthorized and harmful or offensive physical contact with another person.
Intentional confinement or restraint of another person without authority or justification and without that person's content.
Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress
A defendant's conduct must be outrageous and produce severe emotional distress to constitute intentional infliction of mental distress.
Invasion of Privacy
Violation of a person's right to live his or her life without being subjected to unwanted and undesired publicity.
Harm to the reputation of another causing hatred, contempt, or ridicule.
Untrue statement made about products, services, property or reputation of a business.
Wrongdoer deceives another person out of money, property, or something of value.
Trespass to Land
Tort that interferes with an owner's right to exclusive possession of land. Unauthorized use of another person's property.
Trespass to Personal Property
Whenever one person injures another person's personal property or the enjoyment of.
Depriving person of personal property rights.
an unintentional breach of duty by the defendant that results in harm to another.
Reasonable anticipation of harm or injury is likely to result from the act or omission, objectively reasonable to expect.
Duty of Care
the obligation we all owe each other not to cause any unreasonable harm or risk of harm.
Breach of Duty
a failure to exercise care or to act as a reasonable person would act.
Liability without fault
A participant in a covered activity will be held liable for any injuries caused by the activity even if he or she was not negligent.