Since the purpose of tort law is to compensate the victim for harm actually done damages are usually measured by the extent of the injury. The primary purpose of tort law is to compensate victims who have suffered injury or wrong as a result of the actions of an individual or organization the purpose of tort law is not to punish those responsible for the injury or wrong under tort law the action is between two individuals or entities. This interpretation of the function of tort law is very individualistic it simply views the question from the point of view of the plaintiff and defendant only it has no regard for the consequences of the particular case for the rest of society for example should a judge when considering a case whereby a customer in the defendants pub becomes so drunk having been negligently served . The main purpose of tort law is to compensate the victims of wrongdoing for the injuries they suffer as a result it generally is not concerned with punishing or casting moral judgment on the
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