Legal Remedy

A legal remedy (also judicial relief) is the means with which a court of law, usually in the exercise of civil law jurisdiction, enforces a right, imposes a penalty, or makes another court order to impose its will. In Commonwealth common law jurisdictions and related jurisdictions (e.g. the United States), the law of remedies distinguishes between a legal remedy (e.g. a specific amount of monetary damages) and an equitable remedy (e.g. injunctive relief or specific performance). Another type of remedy is declaratory relief, where a court determines the rights of the parties to an action without awarding damages or ordering equitable relief.
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  • How Common Are Diagnostic Errors?

    … and suffering, as well as the costs associated with treatment. If a doctor fails to make an accurate and timely diagnosis of your harmful medical condition, you may also be able to pursue a legal remedy by filing a medical malpractice lawsuit. In order to sue, you have to determine whether the doctor breached the medical standard of care you deserve under…

    Jess Gambacurta/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 36 readers -