San Francisco Intentional Tort Attorney
In the United States, a tort is a harmful act or failure to act for which the law provides a remedy. An intentional tort is a wrong based on an intentional act rather than on carelessness or negligence. While non-intentional torts typically involve accidents, intentional torts, in contrast, are willful acts such as fraud, embezzlement, or the conversion of your property or assets. If you or your business has been the victim of fraud, embezzlement, or conversion, speak at once to the experienced San Francisco intentional tort attorneys at the law firm of Geonetta & Frucht.
WE FIGHT FOR THE MAXIMUM COMPENSATION
To proceed in a lawsuit for damages caused by an intentional tort, a plaintiff must show that the defendant acted willfully and that the willful act is the cause of the plaintiff’s injury or loss. By showing this, you will prove liability for committing an intentional tort. When you obtain legal help from Geonetta & Frucht, our San Francisco intentional tort attorneys advocate aggressively on your behalf to obtain the maximum possible compensation for whatever damages you have suffered due to an intentional tort. Although we prefer out of court settlements, we will continue to fight for justice on your behalf during a trial if necessary. Each individual on our team will work tirelessly to ensure you are compensated fairly. Many intentional torts are also criminal offenses; if you seek counsel from a good San Francisco intentional tort attorney at Geonetta & Frucht, we can determine if you should involve a law enforcement agency in your case.
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Contact the law offices of Geonetta & Frucht at once to learn about your legal rights and options after an intentional tort. We represent businesses and other clients in the San Francisco Bay Area community and throughout the northern California region. To discuss an intentional tort with an experienced San Francisco intentional tort lawyer, contact us right now by filling out the form on this site or calling our office in San Francisco today at 415-433-4589 to schedule an appointment with an attorney. Your first consultation to discuss your legal issues with one of our wrongful termination lawyers is free.