Torts are civil wrongs in violation of a protected interest or right (and its related duty), other than a breach of contract. Intentional torts, negligence torts, and strict liability torts make up the three primary classifications of torts. Assault and battery, automobile accidents, and faulty consumer products are a few of the many sources of torts. Torts usually involve the violation of an individual’s right to bodily security or property interests, the legal guarantee to engage in (or refrain from) certain conduct, or the right to receive (or be protected from) specific treatment from another. The infringement of a said noncontractual right and violation of its related duty is a civil wrong or legal tort (derived from the same French word, which means “to twist”). ...

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