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Assault and Battery

From stories on the local news to high-profile incidents involving celebrities, assault and battery cases are constantly making headlines. Fights, beatings, bar room brawls, domestic violence, and rape are some examples of Assault and Battery.

Assault and Battery cases involve physical, sexual, emotional, or psychological abuse, which causes the victim harm. Battery is intentional physical contact with another person that is inappropriate or offensive, and to which that person has not consented. Assault is a threat of violence that causes you to fear that you are about to be harmed.

If someone has unwanted physical contact with you or causes you to fear for your personal well-being, you have the right to sue your assailant for damages you may encounter as a result of your injuries. When an Assault and Battery victim requires hospitalization and extensive medical attention, a Personal Injury lawsuit can be pursued in order to obtain reimbursement for the victim’s medical bills and compensation for pain and suffering.

If you are the victim of an assault and/or battery, the Assault and Battery attorneys at ACA Law can help you recover for your losses. We will thoroughly investigate the circumstances of your case and fight to get you the compensation you deserve.

Contact the Assault and Battery injury lawyers at ACA Law today for a FREE evaluation of your case. Our Personal Injury lawyers work on a contingency basis, so there are no legal fees until a financial settlement or verdict has been secured for you.

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If you are suffering because of someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing, contact a Personal Injury attorney at ACA Law today for a FREE case evaluation. We will review your case, answer your questions and advise you how best to protect your rights. Our Personal Injury lawyers work on a contingency basis, there are no legal fees until a financial settlement or verdict has been secured for you.

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