Standing up for defrauded Virginia consumers
If a company makes you a promise (orally, or in writing) and fails to honor it, you likely have a cause of action for breach of contract or breach of warranty. We can help force the company to either honor its word or pay you money damages.
Fraud occurs when someone misleads you about a material fact and you rely on it to your detriment. Both Constructive Fraud (negligent) and Actual Fraud (intentional) must be proven by clear and convincing evidence.
Conversion occurs when someone treats your property as their own. Successful conversion claims can result in up to $300,000 in punitive damages in addition to making them return what they took or pay you its replacement value.
The Virginia Consumer Protection Act ("VCPA") protects consumers from misleading or deceptive behavior or statements by merchants. The VCPA provides triple damages and attorney fees for willful violations, and requires the lowest level of proof.