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Commercial Torts

Commercial Tort Lawyers in Carmel, IN

Serving Clients Throughout Indianapolis & Central Indiana

A tort is a civil wrong against another, but the parties need not only be individuals. Although it is often reasonably assumed that business disputes arise from a written contract, tort law protections extend to businesses without a written contract. 

Commercial torts deal with improper conduct in a business setting, which causes economic harm to the wronged party. 

At Roberts Means Roncevic Kapela LLC, our Carmel & Indianapolis commercial tort attorneys offer effective representation to individuals, business owners, and businesses in these disputes. These cases often turn on subtle facts, so thorough investigation and targeted discovery are critical. 

Business torts are often sensitive, and reaching a prompt and amenable solution is frequently the optimum route. We can work with you to devise a strategy to effectively navigate, negotiate, and litigate commercial tort matters while minimizing disruption to your ongoing business affairs or professional practices.

Request a consultation with a Carmel commercial tort attorney to discuss your case. We can reached via our online contact form or at (888) 211-3888

Why Choose RMRK?

Qualities that Break the Stereotype
  • Placing a focus beyond the case to understand our clients’ objectives and big-picture goals.
  • Listening to and collaborating with our clients to develop a shared strategic vision.
  • Accomplished attorneys who are annually rated by their peers for inclusion on the prestigious list of Indiana SuperLawyers.
  • Unafraid to make difficult decisions and eager to confront the challenges facing our clients.

Overview of Commercial Torts

In business law, commercial torts encompass civil wrongs that may be committed by or against an organization. These wrongs can substantially affect a company's reputation, relationships, and financial stability. 

They primarily stem from actions that cause direct harm to a business, its resources, or its relationships, often involving unethical or illegal practices. 

Common commercial tort claims include but are not limited to:

  • Breach of contract: This is one of the most common commercial torts, where one party fails to live up to the terms agreed upon in a contract. The impacts can be significant, affecting not only the immediate transaction but potentially the long-term viability of a business relationship.
  • Fraud: This involves a deliberate misrepresentation or omission of a material fact to induce another party to act to their detriment. Fraud can occur in various forms, such as securities fraud, insurance fraud, or corporate fraud.
  • Misrepresentation: This involves making a false statement that induces another party into a contract. The misrepresentation can be fraudulent (made knowingly), negligent (made carelessly), or innocent (made without fault).
  • Infringement of intellectual property rights: This involves the unauthorized use of a business's intellectual property, such as trademarks, patents, copyrights, or trade secrets. This can lead to significant financial losses and damage a brand's reputation.
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How Roberts Means Roncevic Kapela LLC Can Help You

Our attorneys are committed to representing clients on both sides of commercial torts. Whether you seek to pursue a commercial tort claim or contest such a claim, our team works diligently to protect your interests. 

We employ a comprehensive approach, from evaluating a claim’s validity and potential value and strategizing the most effective course of action to advocating for our clients in negotiations, mediations, arbitrations, or litigations. 

Our ultimate goal is to ensure your business's integrity, operations, and financial stability are maintained, if not enhanced, despite the challenges posed by commercial torts.

Send in your contact details on our online form or call (888) 211-3888 to speak with one of our commercial tort lawyers at our Carmel office today. 

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