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The American Museum of Tort Law

The American Museum of Tort Law the museum is set to open this year in Winsted, Connecticut.

The law of Torts stands for the basic principle that when a person suffers a wrongful injury or harm, he or she can seek justice in court with a trial by jury. The civil justice system functions to compensate victims and hold wrongdoers accountable.

Tort law provides crucial protections for individuals. The laws provide civilized benchmarks for reasonable conduct and care as we interact on a day-to-day basis. The protections offered by Tort law help people harmed by defective products; construction accidents; accidents in public places; and lead paint poisoning to name just a few areas. Injured victims and their families can be compensated for financial and physical losses.

Wealthy Corporations are constantly trying to take away our citizens rights by trying to influence government officials in their attack on the civil justice system. We as American citizens must never abandon our appreciation of the law of torts. We must force are elected leaders to preserve this important component of our democracy.

The Trial Attorneys at the Law firm of Keogh Crispi, PC represent personal injury victims in recovering financial compensation through the protections of Tort Law. Consequently, we at the Law firm of Keogh Crispi, PC urge all citizens to visit to stay informed.

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