Published: March, 2004| Barbara Hart, Esq., Erica Sussman, Esq.

This article provides tort lawyers considering representation of domestic violence victims with a foundation to develop their cases in a manner that attends to their clients particular financial needs, incorporates the context of their clients' experiences, and results in an award of damages that adequately accounts for the losses and injuries resulting from the abuse. Posted here with permission from Victim-Advocate.