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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Outline_of_tort_law

The following outline is provided as an overview of and introduction to tort law: Tort law – defines what a legal injury is and, therefore, whether a person may be  ...

www.injurylawcolorado.com/legal-library/tort-law-types.html

Types of negligence and examples of tort cases: What is a tort; different types of tort cases; examples of negligence and intentional torts; hiring a lawyer.

torts.uslegal.com/types-of-torts

There are basically three types of torts: intentional torts; negligence; and strict liability. An intentional tort is a civil wrong that occurs when the w(...)

jec.unm.edu/education/online-training/torts-tutorial/common-types-of-torts

The torts most likely to be heard in magistrate or metropolitan court are the kinds that arise from intentional or negligent acts, or failures to act, that result in injury ...

tort.laws.com/tort-law

The three main types of torts are negligence, strict liability (product liability), and intentional torts. Intentional Interference with a Person. All tortious charges of ...

legaldictionary.net/tort-law

Tort law is the body of laws that enables people to seek compensation for wrongs committed against them. When someone's actions cause some type of harm to ...

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A tort is simply a civil wrong. There are three general types of torts that may cause injury to another person. In civil law, torts are grounds for...

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Feb 12, 2016 ... What are the three main types of torts? 1. Unintentional, Intentional, Strict liability 2. What are the four ways a negligence case is evaluated?

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Nov 24, 2015 ... Many business torts involve losses that may occur in the future, rather ... These types of claims may also involve some form of false advertising.