If someone makes slanderous remarks about you that affect your profession, trade or business, implies you committed a crime or leads to false conclusions concerning disease, proving actual harm to your reputation is not required; however, in order to collect for slanderous behavior, you will have to prove you were damaged.
Any false or defamatory information can constitute defamation. In relation to anonymous internet posts, The Law Office of Lewis & Lewis can and use the subpoena power granted by the law to force any negative, false or libelous remarks against you made by the person known to be responsible or any anonymous person on an internet site. The subpoena power allows information to be obtained on the defamatory content and we then follow the trail of electronic breadcrumbs until the identity of the person posting the false remarks is revealed. In this area, it is crucial to hire experienced defamation lawyers who understand how to obtain, analyze and preserve the key computer forensic evidence needed to prove your claims at trial. Call us today to discuss the details of your case.