Common Elements of Fraud
Fraud is defined as a false representation with intent to deceive another party. Fraud can be through words that mislead or are allegations of false truth and/or intentional concealment. If you have been accused of committing a fraudulent act, seeking a fraud attorney at Law Offices of Arcadier, Biggie & Wood for assistance may be in your best interest. We can work to award you a fair compensation due to the deception of another party. You may be suffering financial losses and are seeking retribution. Each Melbourne, FL fraud attorney from our firm diligently fights for the rights of clients. Our legal team is not afraid to use aggressive methods if needed, and we do not back down easily.
There are several conditions in order to accurately prove that the offender made a false statement. This statement must have been intended to deceive and was aware the victim would be injured as a consequence. The type of relationship between the offender and victim is an important aspect of a fraud case. Proving fraud can be a tricky task, but is possible with the help of a fraud attorney at Law Offices of Arcadier, Biggie & Wood.
In order to prove a fraudulent act was committed against you, there are a few elements that must have been present. It is not always the easiest task to prove these elements were a variable, but having a fraud attorney at Law Offices of Arcadier, Biggie & Wood can help increase your chances of a solid case foundation.
Elements of Fraud
- Representation of fact
- Representation falsity
- Materiality of representation
- Representer knowledge of falsity or ignorance
- Intent of representer to induce party to act
- Injured party ignorance of falsity
- Injured party reliance on truth of representation
- Injured party right to rely on representation
- Injured party suffered injury as consequence
Common Fraudulent Cases
- Jury duty fraud
- Prescription scams
- Medical discount card scam
- Fraud of tax evasion
- Health care fraud
- Billing fraud
- Nigerian scams
If you believe the above elements of fraud exist for your case, a fraud attorney at our law firm can fight for your behalf. We can work to get you a fair reprisal for your suffering. It is key to winning your case that you seek a seasoned fraud attorney from Law Offices of Arcadier, Biggie & Wood. Your offender may face imprisonment, damaged reputation, and/or fines for their actions. In order to bring justice and hold your offender accountable, hiring a qualified attorney is a necessity.
When bringing your fraud claim to court, you must use specifics with how the offending party recklessly and intentionally misrepresented material or information. Additionally, you must aim to prove the offender acted knowing the victim was ignorant and had relied upon the represented information, which ultimately led to the injury.
Give us a call today for a free consultation with a fraud attorney Melbourne, FL clients respect at Law Offices of Arcadier, Biggie & Wood. We believe in seeking justice for the injured, and want to know more details surrounding your case.