In approaching aspects of the law of tort for which one can sue, one should notice the growing aspect of the law in relation to matters regarding psychiatric injury which courts are now not as hesitant as earlier for which to give claims under as it has become easier and more assuring to prove that the victim/ claimant is actually suffering from a recognized mental illness with the latest bio-technology that is being put out into the market each day. What with the research going on at present there have been various mechanisms that have been put forth to recognize these mental illness and also ways in which they could be treated, however in considering as to if the immunity that one is granted on breaking the law whilst having a mental illness, one should know that if the court recognizes the illness the defendant will still be granted this immunity.
In going back to looking at the victim that is to prove that they were mentally injured one could even go on to show that they are getting treatment such as hypnosis depression treatment, due to the actions that the defendant did even though the victim could be one that was affected primarily or secondarily. In contacting a psychiatrist or even a therapist one will be able to get proof and enough medical reports in order to show that they are truly suffering from such a condition and thus they will be able to convince the judge to rule for tort claims. The difficult question to answer though would be as to what will amount to a recognized mental illness, but the World Health Organization has been able to put out a list with those which are at present considered valid in the court of law, and thus it would be advisable for one to refer this prior to putting forth a claim.
A claimant suing could also see as to if they could get claims against a defendant that shows weakness in anger management in Singapore. While the defense may put forth the fact that claimant is using an emotional weakness of the defendant against him in order to win the case, one should note that there are plenty of centers that now facilitate care of patients that have these issues in controlling their temper and hence this may never really stand as a strong defense in their strength.
On a conclusive note, if one plans to bring some action in court, it is advised that they thoroughly study the judicial precedent in that relevant area and they prove that the respective mental ailment is one which is a result due to an action caused by the defendant.