Tort Law in Canada and what This Area of Law Is All about
Tort law is an area of law which gives an injured person the chance to receive compensation from the person who caused the injury. Tort is taken from a Latin word tortus which means wrong. In French, "tort" also means a "wrong." It is very hard to get the truth in tort law due to the fact that it is one person's word against another's. There different ways to look at tort law because of how it can be an advantage to society and how it can also be a detriment to society.
Tort law is used in society as an advantage by helping the victim receive damages from the person who caused the injury or damage. Tort law is great when it is used properly. If you get injured due to the negligence of another person it is not right. Tort law is a benefit because the victim will receive compensation for the mistakes of the person who was negligent. As an example of a real case; John Doe is suing Thomas Tucker for an injury caused by, Thomas Tucker hitting John Doe with his car while at a gas station. …
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