Dogali Law Group, P.A.



Consumer Fraud

Fraud can take on a number of forms, both small and large, and concerns nearly every type of good and service in the marketplace. Fraudulent conduct may be written, involving the use of marketing materials, brochures and even contracts, worded in such a way that costs and benefits are unclear or concealed completely, or be conveyed orally, involving negligent and intentional misrepresentations intended to induce the purchase of goods or services.

Victims of fraud are entitled to remedies that are provided for them under the law, and individuals and corporations alleged to have defrauded someone are entitled to their defenses.

Attorneys in the Firm have handled a wide variety of fraud cases in various areas of the law:

  • Insurance Coverage
  • Construction
  • Real Estate
  • Securities and Investments
  • Consumer Products
  • Consumer Services

19321 US Hwy 19 North, Suite 307
Clearwater, FL  33764