If you don’t have a law degree, then perhaps the term “tort law” is a bit ambiguous to you. Simply put, tort laws are laws that offer amends to individuals who have suffered loss or harm due to the negligence of others. Tort cases are civil court proceedings, where the victim (the plaintiff) must prove that the defendant (the accused) committed the tort, and that as a result, the plaintiff or plaintiff’s property was injured. If you want to find more information about this topic, then you should definitely check the tort law online resources listed below.
- Essays, study guides, cases and acts for Tort Law from lawteacher.net
- Some information from law.cornell.edu
- Tort definition and Examples from education-portal.com – You can create a free account for 5 days and use the website resources
- Free Law Resources – Nolo.com
- Presentations from the University of Idaho’s website
- A lot of lectures from University of Waterloo