Personal Attacks-Fights-Hate Crimes Claims:
An intentional tort is a purposeful act and not done by accident or involuntarily. A person acts intentionally if he desires to cause injury/consequences of his acts or if he believes the injury/consequences is substantially certain to occur.

Michigan has a Dram Shop Statue which imposes liability on the seller of intoxicating liquors, when a third party is injured as a result of the intoxication of the buyer, when the sale has caused or contributed to such intoxication (e.g., Bar Fights). The law requires that at the time of sale, the buyer must be visibly intoxicated. The act protects the injured party against personal injury and property damage resulting from affirmative acts of the allegedly intoxicated person, such as negligent driving assault and battery and other negligent conduct.