Negligent Misrepresentation

Another cause of action that’s common in business litigation or business lawsuits is negligent misrepresentation.  What that means is that one party makes a representation to another party that they knew or should have known was not true, but they made it anyways and it must be while in the course of business.  For example, someone tells you something that they didn’t know for sure it wasn’t true but they should have known it wasn’t true, that is negligent misrepresentation and that’s a cause of action under business litigation.  If you are involved in a business litigation and are not certain about your rights, give us a call so that you can have an experienced attorney evaluate your case.

Jim M. Zadeh
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