Types Of Defamation: Libel And Slander
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A written statement that damages someone’s reputation. Libel can be printed in any type of permanent form, such as newspapers, books and online postings.
Slander is an oral statement that damages someone’s reputation. Slander can include any spoken communication that is untrue and results in damage to the person’s reputation or standing.
When Should You File A Defamation Lawsuit?
Protect One's Reputation
If you or someone you know has had their reputation damaged, we can help. We understand that it is difficult to confront a person who has made false and defamatory statements about you.
Obtain Compensation For Harmful Words
While you may not be able to undo the harm caused by a false statement, you can seek legal recourse by filing a defamation lawsuit. Depending on your situation, you could be entitled to receive damages for the harm suffered as a result of the defamatory statement.
Get Justice For False Statements
When a person intentionally makes false statements about you, it can be difficult to move past the damage. A defamation lawsuit allows you to seek justice for the wrongs done against you and hold those responsible accountable for their words and actions.
Contact Credible Law for comprehensive Defamation legal advice and representation.
Step 1: Consultation
Our team takes the time to hear and learn the intricacies of your case to provide the best legal advice or representation.
Step 2: Plan Of Action
We will develop a strategy to help you navigate the complex immigration system and protect your rights.
Step 3: Resolution
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