Have you been threatened with physical harm?
Did someone intentionally strike you causing pain and suffering?
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Assault and battery plaintiff attorneys spearhead lawsuits seeking damages from assailants that committed assault or battery.
Assault is defined as the intent or threat of harm without physical contact while battery is defined as non-consensual and intentional harmful physical contact.
In a civil assault and battery lawsuit, an assault and battery plaintiff attorney must show that the threat and fear of harm was imminent or the battery was intentional in order to recover damages in the form of monetary compensation.
Compensation can cover the costs of medical expenses, pain and suffering, and/or the loss of potential earning capacity.
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