Miller Law Group has over 50 years of combined experience representing victims of fraud and unfair business practices.
Business disputes do not always include fraud or deceptive behavior. Sometimes it is a matter of a breach of a contract or failure to perform up to contract specifications. However, when a party makes misrepresentations about material facts, such a party has likely committed fraud.
Often fraud is present when a party makes false and materials misrepresentations to induce another party to enter into a contract or an agreement. The law refers to such as actions as fraudulent inducement. If a business or individual is from liable for fraud, then punitive damages may be awarded.
As always, when evaluating any business dispute it is important to continually consider the cost versus the benefit. At Miller Law Group, we understand the pressures of running a business. That is why we often charge project fees instead of an hourly rate. We believe you should be able to talk with your lawyer as often as necessary without having to worry about the consequences of the legal fee increasing.
For a free consultation, contact us or call 919-348-4361.