As early as now, and even when classes have yet to formally start, I am already familiarizing myself with the law subjects that I need to take in the second semester.
Interestingly enough, we will be taking up a peculiar subject of law, aptly called torts and damages, and this sphere of jurisprudence deals with the awarding of damages to people who may have obtained injuries as a result of a particular action.
You see, in law, everything has to be laid down in explicit terms.
For example, certain conditions have to be met in order for an aggrieved person to be awarded a certain sum of money for damages.
However, given the finiteness of the human mind, and the fact that the scenarios for aggrievement are infinite, torts and damages is what gives people legal redress if in case the damages that they seek for are not contained within any existing law or statute.
A popular example would be Disney World Accidents. It is a given fact that Disneyland is a popular place where people generally go to for leisure and enjoyment. However, during instances when something untoward happens, such as accidents and what-not, not a lot of people know that they can seek the aid of lawyers for damages.
Surprisingly, they are also unaware that they can potentially get a considerable amount of cash if it has been proven that theme parks have been negligent and wanting in safety precautions.
However, you would need to prove that the establishment was negligent, that you sustained injuries, and that there is an undeniable link between both of these elements.
I am excited to learn more about this particular branch of law. As a matter of fact, I’ve been perusing through the course syllabus of higher law courses as early as now because, and you can’t judge me because of this, I am excited to progress further into the curriculum.
I know I can do this — and I know that in no time, I will become the lawyer that I have always wanted to become.