If you or a loved one was intentionally injured by someone else, then you may be entitled to compensation not only from the person who injured you but also possibly from the venue or business establishment where you were injured. To do so, you must prove that the venue or business establishment knew of the risk of harm and failed to do enough to prevent it. At LawPLA, in these kinds of cases, and we are here to help you as well.
California Provides Greater Protections for Intentional Acts Arising From Unchangeable Characteristics Such As Race, Religion, Gender, Gender Identity, or Sexuality Then You Are
If someone intentionally injured you over a protected reason such as your race, religion, gender, gender identity, or sexuality, then California’s laws provide additional protections not only criminally but also civilly for compensation from the person(s) who hurt you. They not only let your recover the amount for your harm, such as medical damages and pain and suffering, but you may also be entitled to punitive damages, which can be up to ten times your compensatory damages, such as those for your medical bills and pain and suffering.Contact LawPLA to schedule a consultation today.