definition of redress

The redress, in its broadest sense, implies the action and effect of redress, It's about the compensation, compensation, reparation for damage, injury or injury that someone must do to another, either because they so decide or because the justice that intervened provides it.

Compensating a person who has suffered damage or injury, usually monetarily and after a court ruling

For example, if an individual traveling by bus is severely injured, being unable to walk because the driver made a bad maneuver, the passenger is protected by the right to demand reparation, compensation from the transport company as a result of the damage that occurred, if we take into account that due to such action, the person will no longer be able to carry out all those activities that they could carry out without problems before the accident.

On the other hand, if I am traveling with my car and another vehicle hits me without my having any responsibility, the law indicates that the insured company of the vehicle that hit me will have to respond for the material damage on behalf of its insured.

The compensation generally supposes an economic compensation that an individual, or insurance company makes to the person who suffered damage or injury, whether in the labor, moral or economic aspect.

Also normally the reparations come from the hand of the justice after a ruling and very few times these claims are solved between the individuals or people involved.

Thus, justice orders whoever corresponds to pay such a sum of money to another as compensation for the damage caused.

Applications in the labor, moral and domestic fields where the person who has suffered a loss is rewarded

The concept of compensation turns out to be very frequent in the insurance field.

The contracts entered into by insurance companies involve reciprocal obligations and rights for the insurer, who is the company that provides the service, and the insured, who is the person who hires it.

Although, of course, the insurance company did not cause the road accident, it will be the one who must take charge of its resolution, since it has been hired to do so.

On the other hand, in the workplace, compensation is made when an employee is dismissed without a cause that warrants that dismissal, that is, if it is done without just cause.

In these cases, the law protects workers and requires employers to take these actions that compensate the worker in question with the salary he received until the time of being fired and that he also be paid the proportional amount that corresponds to him for the years you worked at that job.

On the other hand, an employee who suffers from harassment or mistreatment at work, if he manages to gather reliable evidence that corroborates such a situation, can also receive compensation for that case.

With regard to non-pecuniary damage, compensation will be achieved after the conclusion of a judicial process that effectively proves that these damages have been suffered.

Once the process is complete, the court determines the amount that should be received since it is the current law that will stipulate it.

Meanwhile, in more domestic cases, at home, for example, between neighbors, one causes damage to another in his house: the garden floods because a pipe broke, then, in this situation, it will be the individual who caused the damage who must compensate through some action, directly, to his neighbor, even if the damage was involuntary.

If the neighbor refuses to do so, which is what corresponds, then the injured party must go to court or to the competition body to present the claim with the evidence of the case and thus obtain through the formal means that the neighbor pays the damage occasioned.

This tends to happen very frequently, unfortunately, that a neighbor does not want to face any damage caused to another, then, there will be no other solution than to resort to legal means to repair the damage caused.