The intentional tort practice group consists of Freund, Freeze & Arnold attorneys with experience evaluating and
defending intentional tort claims and lawsuits such as employer intentional tort, defamation, battery, interference
with business or contracts, spoliation of evidence, intentional infliction of emotional distress and other similar
claims. Many intentional tort claims involve insurance coverage issues, liability questions and punitive damage claims.
Our attorneys have experience defending these types of cases and dealing with the complicated issues inherent to these
types of lawsuits. Intentional tort claims can be difficult to evaluate, because many times, the cases involve a liability
dispute, which depending on how the dispute turns out, could result in no liability or a substantial verdict. Key factors
in the evaluation can include the conduct involved, the nature and extent of injury, the applicable law and the chances of
prevailing on summary judgment or a motion to dismiss.
Knowing what motion to file, when to file and how to position a case for the best chance of success is only part of the
legal expertise that we offer. Our trial experience in tough cases is well known throughout the legal community.
We are committed to defending and protecting our clients' resources and know that our experience in defending intentional
tort cases provides our clients with reassurance that the best possible legal defense is put to work for you.
For more information about the firm's intentional torts services, contact the practice group chairperson:
T. Andrew Vollmar at (937) 222-2424 (e-mail email@example.com)
at our Dayton office.