i. Assault (putting you in fear of an imminent attack)
ii. Battery (touching you in an offensive matter)
iv. Conversion (stealing your property)
v. False imprisonment (confining you against your will)
vi. Libel and slander (defaming you or damaging your reputation)
Another kind of intentional tort occurs when someone causes you anguish through outrageous conduct. This tort is known as the intentional infliction of emotional distress, and a person who engages in this kind of outrageous behavior can be liable for damages in a civil lawsuit.