Anyone who has been through a motor vehicle accident knows that it can be a traumatic experience. Whether the accident involved an car, motorcycle, or commercial vehicle, you have the right to take legal action against any person, company, or entity that is responsible.

As consumers, we trust that the products we purchase meet certain standards for safety. We also have to trust that the products used or prescribed by our physicians or made available to purchase are safe and free defects or flaws that could inflict injury, illness, or death.
If you have sustained injuries because of a product defect or recalled drug, you may have a product liability claim.

Brent Cordell

Attorney at Law

1 844 - 8LEGAL8 (1 844 853-4258)

Business Torts


 
Our firm handles torts that can arise out of the course of business or corporate relationships.

Business litigation involving tort claims can arise in many contexts, ranging from counterclaims in contract or employment litigation to shareholder rights disputes upon the departure of a key equity partner, executive, or professional employee.

Tort claims can also figure significantly as an original claim or counterclaim in litigation related to the purchase or sale of a business or any other major event in the course of the operation of your business.

Our firm handles torts that can arise out of the course of business or corporate relationships such as the following:

  • Business fraud, misrepresentation or nondisclosure
  • Tortious interference with contractual relations
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Violation of confidentiality or non-compete covenants
  • Inducing employees to breach duties of loyalty and non-compete obligations
  • Defamation Misappropriation of trade secrets, customer lists or proprietary information

For additional information about our ability to help resolve your problem, contact Brent M. Cordell for a free consultation. We will use our experience, knowledge and resources to achieve the best possible results for you and your company.

 

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