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There are many types of personal injuries for which financial damages can be awarded, including physical, emotional, and psychological injuries.
Car accidents can result in personal injury lawsuits when one of the parties involved was negligent, such as through reckless or drunk driving.
Defamation is an injury that occurs when someone harms another's character or reputation by making false statements. It can be classified into libel or slander.
Medical malpractice occurs when a medical professional's negligence causes injury to a patient. Incorrect actions and inaction can both be forms of negligence.
Premises liability requires landowners to maintain a reasonably safe property, or risk being liable for injuries.
Assault occurs when one person threatens violence against another. It can be the basis for a personal injury claim if the victim believes the threat is serious.
Battery occurs when one person commits a violent act against another. The attack must be intentional, but no injury needs to occur to be prosecuted.
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