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n an injury; a tort; a violation of right or of law; an injustice; a violation of right resulting in damage to another.

Patient discussion about wrong

Q. my legs hurt all the time, what is wrong with them? they ach in the joints and sometimes I get burning needle point pain and the muscles feel like sandpaper

A. There can be a lot of reasons for leg or joint pain, and usually there are not specific problems you can deal with medically. Are you exercising too much? Sometimes stress fractures from running can cause the kind of pain you are describing. Either way you should see someone about this if it is bothering you, either an orthopedic surgeon or a neurologist.

Q. I have missed 2 periods and had my tubes tied. What could be wrong? I went to the doctor and she didnt even do an exam. She said dont worry until I have missed for 6 months.

A. go to enather dr. you have to be shure.

Q. I keep having this bad pain in my abdomin and I think something is wrong with me what could it be

A. it all depends on the symtoms,could be a number of things,if it persists go see a doctor,

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To the potential wrongdoer who expects to survive following the tort, (10) the minority rule can use posthumous punitive damages to send a clear signal that the misconduct will trigger enhanced liability.
Holmgren outlines a metaethical view that does not persuade, but does render her account consistent and clear, with two fundamental and related premises: (1) a wrongdoer is 'separable' (98) from his wrong acts and (2) the most 'morally salient feature of the offender is his intrinsic worth as a person' (99).
If the question at hand were whether the wrongdoer can legitimately point to his transformation as a ground for disavowing the past wrong, the conclusion might be "yes.
AAJ will continue to work with both sides of the aisle, as it always has, to advocate for the ability to hold a wrongdoer accountable, even when taking on the most powerful interests.
Forgiveness involves the victimized person's discernment that there are legitimate reasons to believe that the wrongdoer accepts responsibility for the injustice and hurt he or she caused and promises to refrain from further injustice.
In some cases, the wrongdoer may also be subject to criminal sanctions.
The problem is when a person in the same position does something wrong, then people disassociate themselves from the wrongdoer as quickly as possible.
The cooperative, as wrongdoer, should not escape liability simply because there are none of the ordinary standards for measuring damages.
On the theoretical side, attempts to justify the social institution focus either on the wrongdoer or on the community as a whole.
Treasury and IRS had insisted they had no authority to go after wrongdoers - that their only authority was to go after municipalities and municipal bondholders, forcing innocent cities and towns to undergo expensive IRS investigations and penalties, and then to turn around and seek restitution from the actual wrongdoer in civil litigation.
Fraud requires proof that the wrongdoer intended to deceive his victim.
While courts and commentators agree that punitive damages are intended to deter wrongdoing or to punish the wrongdoer, few go on to consider what deterrence really means.