Barry G. Roderman & Associates, P.A.
If you or your business entity have suffered theft, Florida Statute 772 provides the means for collecting damages. Any person who proves by clear and convincing evidence that he or she has been injured may have a cause of action for threefold the actual damages sustained and, in any such action, and may be entitled to minimum damages in the amount of $200, and reasonable attorney's fees and court costs in the trial and appellate courts. This statute covers any aspect of civil theft — including that which involves money, stock, bonds, securities, mortgages, all the way up to grand larceny.
To file suit for civil theft, experienced counsel is crucial in this regard. Attorney Barry Roderman has obtained eight figure verdicts in the United States District Court.
The attorneys at Barry G. Roderman & Associates, P.A. have more than 40 years of experience representing clients throughout the State of Florida, in nearly every aspect of civil litigation. We will work directly with you to understand the full extent of damages and begin all necessary discovery and investigation to prepare the case in the best possible way. We will do whatever we can to resolve all issues via alternative dispute resolution or settlement. If this is not possible, we will bring our aggressive advocacy and experience to court in pursuit of your well-being. Call 954-761-8810 for a free consultation.
When someone commits a fraudulent act at any point in business, the damage can be significant in its aftermath — it can even be devastating. Similarly, if one is accused of fraud and he or she is innocent, it can have a serious impact on immediate and long-term professional well-being.
If you believe you have been the victim of fraud in business, or you believe you are being frivolously accused of fraud, it is of immense importance to take immediate action to protect yourself.
At the Fort Lauderdale, Florida law firm of Barry G. Roderman & Associates, P.A., we have more than four decades of experience working on these and related issues, we are ready to work to diligently defend your rights in any fraud issue, including those related to:
Depending on the details of the situation, extensive discovery and investigation may be required in the case of fraud. You need to immediately protect yourself and your interests. Because of this, it is important you contact an attorney right away. We tailor our approach with a sensitivity to all variables, including customers, owners, partners or multiple business entities.
Call us and schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your concerns about fraud or business litigation matters in Fort Lauderdale, Miami-Dade, Palm Beach Counties or the State of Florida with our business fraud attorneys, call 954-761-8810 or email the firm at email@example.com.
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