Category Archives: Sex Torts

The Legal Representation Of Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are a standard public pathological hazard that affects many.
STDs, conjointly referred to as sexually transmitted infections (STIs) effect one in 2 sexually active persons by age twenty-five. Once it involves lawsuits, the cases that often find a presence in court are typically those that involve a significant or life altering infection, like HIV/AIDS, syphilis, and different strains of infectious disease (such as hepatitis B and C, or strains of herpes).

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7 Types of Personal Injury Compensation

If you have been injured by another person’s negligence due to receiving an STD or other sex tort issue, you may entertain the thought of what a personal injury case could be worth. The key to the answer is in the damages incurred. With one of our Palm Springs personal injury attorneys facilitating your case, you’ll need to see what proportion of monetary harm you’ve suffered and mix that together with your physical and emotional trauma as well as pain and suffering. For private injury cases, a victim could receive money for damages that sometimes cover past and future medical bills, lost wages, and sometimes damages for pain and suffering.

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Why Sex Tort Cases Are Hard To Prove

A developing trend in the law would be to allow partners, and sometimes third parties, to recover for the involuntary disease of a sexually transmitted disease. In most sex tort cases, the obligation of the infected party who either knows, should find out, or assumes they were infected with a sexually transmitted disease is either to refrain from sexual conduct with other people, or to warn others of the infection prior to participating in the act.

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STD Transference Can Be a Personal Injury

The rising number of people turning up with STDs is alarming. What’s even more alarming than that is the number of people who claim that their partner did not notify them of a disease. Concealing that information and not telling a lovemaking partner could be deemed a personal injury in the court’s eyes. Continue reading

What Is Tort Law?

Personal injury claims, property damage, and privacy rights are filed under Tort Law. However, it is also important to realize that Tort Laws vary, according to the state issued. 

What Is Personal Injury?

A personal injury might be due to a physical or emotional trauma and are part of Tort Law. It is also interesting to note that Tort Law falls into 3 distinct areas. Continue reading

When Sex Becomes an Offense In Sex Torts

The cherished memories two people may share in the closeness of their most private moments can sometimes be transcendent. Such intimacy involves sensual exchange, close body contact that leads to intense sexual intercourse. When emotions develop and you want to express intimacy in a person, it’s wise to be grounded in sensibility before you do so. Continue reading