One of the necessary elements of almost every tort action is injury: The complaining party must show that he or she was actually injured, in some way, by the actions (or product) of the defendant. The law typically does not punish actions that have no significant adverse consequences. Accordingly, injury is a sine qua non of a tort claim.

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