If your business has been financially harmed by the unethical conduct of individuals or other businesses, you may be the victim of what the law calls business torts. Business torts are civil wrongs that the law recognizes.
Sometimes the conduct is intentional or even criminal, but not always. Negligence or carelessness of another that causes harm to you or your business can constitute a business tort.
Our firm handles complex business tort claims. We regularly represent plaintiffs and defendants in these types of claims. We have prosecuted and defended numerous breaches of fiduciary duty, fraud, misrepresentation, libel, slander, unfair competition, and interference with contract and securities fraud claims. We have helped secure millions of dollars in compensation for businesses harmed by banks, financial institutions, former partners and competitors.
If your Kentucky business has been harmed by the wrongful actions of a corporation or individual, contact us. We will evaluate your situation to determine whether your business has suffered a tort. In the event that your business has suffered a loss recognized under Kentucky law, we will work to secure compensation for the loss.
In many cases, we represent the victim of business torts on a contingency fee basis.* Hybrid fee agreements, where the client pays a reduced hourly rate for our attorneys time in exchange for a smaller contingency fee percentage, may also be arranged.