Question: Can you sue someone for giving you herpes in Canada?

Yes, you can file a personal injury lawsuit against someone who infected you with herpes. You can sue even if the sex was consensual. The lawsuit would claim that the transmitter was negligent. He or she could have prevented the transmission of their herpes, but failed to do so.

Do you legally have to tell someone you have herpes Canada?

Partner notification for genital herpes is not required as a public health measure; however, you should encourage individuals to disclose their genital herpes status to their sexual partners as a way to decrease transmission.

Can you sue someone for unknowingly giving you herpes?

If one of your sexual partners knowingly or negligently gave you herpes, you can file a lawsuit to hold them accountable.

Do I have to tell someone if I have herpes?

Is it Illegal to not tell someone you have Herpes? No, it is not illegal to not tell someone you have herpes. However, if you are in an intimate relationship with someone, it is best to let your partner know that you have an STD. This will allow you both to take precautions to minimize the spread of the STD.

Is it illegal not to tell someone you have herpes?

Is it Illegal to not tell someone you have Herpes? No, it is not illegal to not tell someone you have herpes. However, if you are in an intimate relationship with someone, it is best to let your partner know that you have an STD. This will allow you both to take precautions to minimize the spread of the STD.

Can your partner have herpes and you not?

For example, as long as you dont have herpes sores on your mouth, you can perform oral sex on your partner, including when you have an outbreak of genital symptoms. But your partner can be infected with herpes even when you dont have symptoms or sores.

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