What does tort law mean in law? The easiest way to describe tort law is that it involves litigating a personal injury case, either as an individual or a group of individuals. An example of an individual tort case is when a plaintiff files a civil lawsuit against another party for committing an act of negligence that caused a car accident. A group of individuals files a mass tort, which means the group of plaintiffs has the same complaint against the defendant.
Whether you want to file a civil lawsuit as an individual or as a group, you should hire a team of experienced personal injury attorneys to provide you with legal support. A team of personal injury lawyers gathers and organizes the evidence you need to file a persuasive claim, as well as interview witnesses that confirm your version of events. In our car accident example, a team of personal injury attorneys receives the official police report, which might present the evidence required to move forward with the filing of a civil lawsuit.
With the highest reputation rating of A+ as awarded by the Better Business Bureau (BBB), Morgan & Morgan has recovered more than $15 billion for clients over the past three decades. We have filed tort lawsuits for a wide variety of personal injury cases, from product liability to truck accidents. If you sustained one or more injuries as the result of the negligence of another party, hiring one of the experienced tort litigators from Morgan & Morgan can help you receive just compensation.
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