Intentional Acts
False Arrest

When someone decides to harm you, the act is intentional. This can range from false arrest and prosecution to assault and battery. It also covers defamation (libel and slander). The injury may be physical. It may be to your reputation or good name. It may even affect your ability to earn an income.

You don’t have to accept someone else’s wrongful and intentional act against you.

These acts can clearly give rise to the right for a monetary recovery. At Reingold & Tucker your rights are important. Put us to work for you.