As severe as the consequences of committing business fraud can be, the fact is that some people are willing to assume that kind of risk in order to defraud a business for their personal gain. That being said, business owners that have been defrauded can hit back by taking legal action against any party that intentionally engaged in a deceitful practice as a means to deprive their business of property, which could include everything from revenue to inventory.
Unfortunately, business fraud is more common than many business owners think and most businesses in Houston are likely to be affected by fraud at one point or another. At Williams Hart, our Houston business fraud attorneys understand just how much can be at stake in cases like these, and we can develop a comprehensive legal strategy in order to help you take aggressive action against any party that you believe has defrauded your business.
As long as we are able to prove that another party has intentionally and disingenuously represented itself as a means to deceive you and deprive you of your property, there is a good chance that we will be able to hold the responsible party accountable for the economic losses your business sustained.
Keeping all of this in mind, business fraud can take any number of guises, each of which our attorneys can build a case upon. You should contact a lawyer right away if you suspect that your business has been victimized by any form of fraud, including but not limited to the following:
Though the prospect of working through the coming legal process may seem overwhelming, it is important to remember that this may be your only opportunity to take a stand against the people who stole from you. More than that, this may be the only chance you have to recover what has been taken away from you and your business.
If your business has been defrauded by the actions of an employee or another business, it is important for you to take aggressive action against the responsible party in order to pursue compensation for the economic damages your business sustained as a result. To speak with an experienced Houston business fraud attorney from Williams Hart about the particulars of your claim, please call our offices at (713) 230-2200 today.