Fraud is when someone intentional falsifies or misrepresents a fact for the purposes of obtaining or denying benefit or payment, or assisting another to do so. Victims may not even realize this is happening until it’s too late. They could have lost thousands of dollars because a person’s actions or a company’s deceitful policies. There are many types of fraud, including:

Credit and debit card fraud

Insurance fraud


Identity theft

Federal fraud

Mortgage fraud

Bankruptcy fraud


Fraud carries sentences of varying severity dependent upon the history of the perpetrator(s) and the type of fraud committed. Being convicted of fraud can result in extensive prison time and considerable fines.

Our experienced fraud attorneys will know what category your case falls into, whether or not it constitutes fraud, what the expected outcome will be, and what stance you should take.

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