Defaming Your Business is Not Free Speech. It is Illegal.
You’ve been defamed on the Internet, and your sales are plummeting. You assumed it would eventually go away, but it just seems to get worse. You cringe every time you Google your name, hoping the defamatory review will fall to the second page, but it doesn’t. You don’t know what to do.
Help is Here.
Hutcherson Law has successfully obtained the removal of over one thousand web page from the Google search index.
Our primary strategy is to obtain a court order against the author of the defamatory statements. Google has a history of honoring such court orders by removing the defamatory webpages from their search results. Using this technique, we have obtained the removal of defamatory webpages from the Google search index for websites such as Ripoff Report, Complaints Board, Pissed Consumer, Yelp, the Better Business Bureau, Blogger, and many more.
If you are experiencing a crisis in your business due to defamation,
here is what you need to know:
When defamation appears online, it is not free speech; it is illegal. Defamation is illegal and you may be entitled to recover monetary damages from the person who defamed you.
Consider defamation a virtual attack. Just as the person couldn’t walk up to you on the street and hit you, claiming their right to free action, they cannot attack you online. The right to free speech has its limitations and you have your right to protect your reputation from false and disparaging attacks.
Your Name Matters. Your Business Matters.
Don’t let the defamation continue.
Let’s talk about your options to eradicate the wrongdoings of a few malicious individuals so you can get your business or your name back.