Tort is a part of law that concerns about compensation for a wrongful act of an individual against another, thereby causing the latter an injury, they are mandated to compensate the victim to whatever damages that they have suffered.
In Thai Law, damages are to be decided by the courts. The amount of the compensation to be awarded is usually determined by the gravity of the wrongful act committed and varies according to the circumstances of each case. Compensation maybe in the form of monetary obligation and may include also restoration of properties in cases the wrongful act resulted in damage of one’s property.
In an event that resulted to death of another caused by a wrongful act committed by the offender, the person responsible is held liable for all necessary expenses for the burial as well as support to the legal beneficiaries of the victim that must be given by the tortfeasor. If in the case of no fatal occurrence the expenses for medical assistance of the victim should be given to him by the tortfeasor along with the compensation of his salary from the period of event until he’s full recovery.
However, it is highly recommended to seek for an advice of a competent Thai lawyer to provide you with all the appropriate advice and assistance you will be needing, from gathering sufficient evidences to filling the case within 1 year as provided by the Thai law.