In today’s social media age, internet defamation has become a widespread problem for businesses and individuals. Although the First Amendment guarantees a person’s basic right to free speech, this does not include making false statements that can damage a person’s reputation. Florida’s defamation laws make it illegal for a person to make false, malicious attacks on a person’s character or a business.
Acts that can be considered defamation include posting online messages that falsely:
Whether you have been accused of online defamation on Yelp, Facebook, message boards, or another online site, Thurow Law can help defend your case and work to protect your interests. Often these charges are filed without basis or can be the result of retaliating against a person for posting a critical review on social media. Attorney Thurow can get to the bottom of the story and make sure that you are treated fairly by the courts and the law.
If you have been the victim of online defamation, Attorney Thurow can also litigate on your behalf and help you seek fair damages for your losses.
Attorney Todd Thurow is dedicated to protecting the rights of his clients, inside and outside of court. He is a dedicated advocate who is known for his client-centered counsel and outstanding results.
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