Assault & Battery
Assault and Battery Lawyer in Los Angeles
Assaulted? Attorney Jennie Levin Can Help!
Facing any type of aggressive attack can be frightening, especially when threats of physical violence or harm are involved. No person should have to fear for their safety, which is why our firm is determined to fight for the rights of victims of assault and battery.
At the Law Offices of Jennie Levin, P.C., we are proud to represent the survivors of assault and battery. After what you’ve gone through, we understand how difficult it may be to navigate the legal complexities of your case, which is why our goal is to make the process as easy for you as possible. Attorney Levin is dedicated to providing compassionate, competent legal counsel so that you can focus on what’s important—healing.
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What is Assault and Battery?
While often used as a singular phrase, assault and battery are in fact two separate charges. Assault is the intentional threat against another person in a way that causes them to fear imminent physical harm. Even in the event that no physical attack exists, a person may still have committed assault. If you were ever threatened or made to fear for your safety, it’s likely you’ve been assaulted. If that threat is carried out, it is defined as battery. When one person touches another against their will in a harmful, offensive, violent or painful way, it is defined as battery. The reason these two charges are so frequently connected is because it’s very rare that a person commits battery without first committing assault.
Assault and Battery Charges
Assault and battery can occur in many different contexts. It could be a sort of domestic violence, an attack by a stranger, or could involve the use of a vehicle or weapon.
Seeking Compensation for Damages
Being a victim of assault and battery can be emotionally difficult, and can cause serious and painful issues and in many cases requires hospitalization and costly medical treatment for physical injuries. If you were injured by another person, you have a right to seek compensation for damages. This could include reparation for medical bills, loss of wages, pain and suffering, emotional distress, and the cost of any property damage.
If you believe you have an assault and battery case, we want to help. With a proven track record of impressive settlements, Attorney Levin has the experience and legal skills necessary to fight for your rights.
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