He spoke of support for "tort reform" against the opposition of trial lawyers.
tort reforms are needed to protect patients' access to health care providers.
I was pleased to see President Obama talk about tort reform, banning earmarks, tax simplification, and a spending freeze.
There's a reason doctors have flocked to Texas since 2002: tort reform.
That's when a tort lawyer-sponsored group called the Audi Victims Network alleged the Audi 5000 accelerated of its own volition.
"I think—I'm not quite sure—I think that's a tort," said Sam.
He has been equally just to the Duc de Guines in his affair with tort.
If a person slanders another, or wrongfully strikes him, a legal action arises out of tort.
It was an action on the case (tort), against a common hoyman.
Jem Mace tort me dis trick w'en I sparred wid him in Liverpool.
mid-13c., "injury, wrong," from Old French tort (11c.), from Medieval Latin tortum "injustice," noun use of neuter of tortus "wrung, twisted," past participle of Latin torquere "turn, turn awry, twist, wring, distort" (see thwart). Legal sense of "breach of a duty, whereby someone acquires a right of action for damages" is first recorded 1580s.