Assault is the act of threatening to physically harm someone, regardless of whether not this contact is actually made. Although assault is often accompanied by battery, there are some cases where it is not. Examples of assault without battery include pointing a gun at someone and threatening to shoot, swinging a baseball bat at someone, or waving a knife at someone. In these situations, the person who is threatening harm has a clear intention of causing harm.

Aggravated assault is a specific type of assault in which someone threatens serious bodily harm: the presence of a dangerous weapon often classifies assault into aggravated assault, which is a felony.

If you have been the victim of any degree of assault, the Law Office of Joseph M. Kar, PC offers you comprehensive, aggressive legal representation that’s backed by years of experience in severe personal injury cases. Our goal is to bring justice to our clients by protecting their rights under federal and state law. We will work tirelessly to ensure you receive a settlement that covers the physical and mental trauma you have suffered, as well as medical expenses and any loss of earning capacity.