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If your business has suffered losses as a result of someone else’s misconduct, you may be able to recover compensation through filing a business tort claim. Business torts are serious because they don’t just result in financial losses for a business but they may also destroy the business’s reputation and prevent future opportunities.
At Peak Wooten McDaniel & Colwell LLP, our attorneys understand business tort law. Our experienced business torts lawyers can help protect your legal rights, determine your actual and projected losses, and take the actions required to hold the responsible party accountable for their harm to your business and you. Contact us today to find out more during a free case consultation.
Why Choose Our Firm
Since its founding in 1988, our firm has been dedicated to helping clients pursue full justice and compensation for their losses. Our firm puts a team of experienced trial lawyers, investigators, and paralegals behind every case that we take, as well as any necessary resources. We prepare each case as if it will go to trial – as we have learned this is the best way to maximize recovery for our clients. Our personal injury attorneys take cases on a contingency fee, meaning we do not charge any fees until after we secure compensation for our clients. We also offer free case consultations where we can review your case and answer any questions you may have.
What Are Business Torts?
Business torts, also known as economic torts, are wrongful acts committed against business entities.
What Are the Different Types of Business Torts?
- Tortious Interference: This occurs when a person intentionally violates someone else’s contract or business relationship with a third party, causing them harm.
- Restraint of Trade: This occurs when someone interferes or prevents another party from conducting business they normally would.
- Theft of Trade Secrets: This happens when a person uses confidential information in a business – without authorization.
- Trade Libel: This is a type of defamation that relates to businesses. Trade libel is when someone publishes a false statement about a business’s products or services – damaging that business’s reputation.
- Fraudulent Misrepresentation: This is when someone makes a misleading or false statement to push another party into a contract that causes them harm.
- Commercial Disparagement: This occurs when a derogatory statement is made about a person’s business, property, or product.
How Can Business Torts Affect Your Business?
Business torts can result in many losses to a person and their business: Some may include:
- Loss of profits
- Loss of reputation
- Loss of market share
- Loss of business opportunity
- Loss of clients
- Loss of business relationships
Contact a Business Torts Lawyer
If you are the victim of any type of business tort, contact our Georgia personal injury attorneys at Peak Wooten McDaniel & Colwell LLP. Our business torts lawyers can help you recover compensation for any losses that you suffered as a result of the business tort, while also ensuring that the at-fault party is held accountable for their actions. We hope that this will allow you to take back control of your future, and move forward with more ease.
Call (833) 644-1899 today to schedule a free case consultation and learn about your legal options.