What Is 'Intentional Infliction Of Emotional Distress' Under Tort Law?
ntentional infliction of emotional distress is a situation where somebody does something to the person harmed, such as attacking their child in front of them, for example with an axe and kills their child in front of them. The person who had his child attacked would be able to sue for intentional infliction of emotional distress because it's extreme and outrageous conduct that is absolutely below any known standard of care and clearly designed to cause someone outrage and discontent. Thanks for watching our video Tort Law Terms For more how to videos, expert advice, instructional tips, tricks, guides and tutorials on this subject, visit www.videojug.com the topic Tort Law. *Disclaimer, This is a free, educational video created by Michael Ehline and VideoJug. It is not intended as legal advice. Each state and jurisdiction may have its own laws. This video series is intended to provide general information as would be taught in a law school. To learn more about making your own video, contact http://www.videojug.com to learn more about personal injury law generally, or to update or make corrections, contact attorney Michael Ehline at https://losangelesaccidentpersonalinjury.attorney/video-library/ at (213) 596-9642.
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