Do Not Let an Accusation of Business Fraud Ruin Your Company
We live in a country in which everyone is supposed to be innocent until proven guilty, but unfortunately, the court of public opinion rarely works this way. Even being accused of business fraud could ruin you professionally and your company. This is why you need an experienced, aggressive business fraud attorney. You need Simmons Wagner, LLP.
These Are Complex Issues That Demand Straightforward Solutions
One of the issues with defending yourself against business fraud is the fact that the evidence involved is often very complex. This can be a problem when you are trying to get a jury and/or judge to understand what really occurred.
You need a business fraud attorney who is well versed in the world of business law and knows how to take complex subjects and explain them in simple, straightforward ways. You need an attorney who understands the world of business and who will bring in the right financial experts when needed.
Accusations of Business Fraud Often Come with Other Accusations
When defending against charges or accusations of business fraud, not only will you be expected to fight those charges, but it is likely you will also face issues related to accusations of breach of contract and similar accusations. This is why you need a business fraud attorney who can fight for you against many different accusations.
Should You Fight Your Case or Settle It?
Depending on the specifics of your case, you might want to fight it in court as far as necessary. If that is the case, then you can count on Simmons Wagner, LLP to fight for you from day one. However, it might be that you and/or your company are facing a mountain of evidence. In this case, settling or negotiating a better plea deal might be the best option.
When you choose to work for Simmons Wagner, LLP, you can count on us to fight tirelessly for the best possible outcome for your case, no matter what that outcome is. It might be getting your charges dismissed or a personal lawsuit thrown out, or it could be negotiating aggressively to reduce the consequences. Contact us now at (949) 439-5857 to request a free legal consultation and find out how we can help you.