Yes. Though many personal injury claims are based on negligence, some are based on intentional acts. Known as an intentional tort, this type of civil litigation allows plaintiffs to seek compensation for injuries and damages caused by a defendant's purposeful actions. While these cases involve an Injured Man Holding Leg in the Middle of the Roadunderlying act that was intentional, the resulting harm doesn't necessarily have to be. For example, if a driver hits a jogger on purpose, the jogger could have grounds for an intentional tort personal injury claim—regardless of whether the driver intended to hurt them, or the injuries were the result of a prank.

If you or someone you love were intentionally hit by a car or truck in the Atlanta area, you may be entitled to damages for medical expenses, lost wages, loss of earning potential, physical pain and suffering, emotional distress, and other losses. A skilled personal injury attorney can investigate your claim and gather the evidence needed to prove that the defendant owed you a duty of care and breached that duty, resulting in a crash that caused your injuries and damages.

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At Rechtman & Spevak, our dedicated intentional tort personal injury lawyers help clients hurt by another person's purposeful actions recover fair compensation. Thanks to our extensive experience handling personal injury cases of all kinds, we're adept at developing the facts of each case, and communicating the severity of your injuries and losses to insurance companies, defense attorneys, or judges and juries.

Intentional crashes may lead to criminal charges and penalties. However, criminal prosecutions serve the interest of the State—they don't compensate victims for injuries and other losses. Let us help you understand your rights, explore your options, and fight for the recovery you deserve.

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