Your reputation is everything to you, and someone has dared to commit libel and/or slander against you. What can you do?
What is libel?
Libel is the purposeful act of telling an untruth about someone using print mediums such as newspapers, magazines, online media, etc. The act of libel includes the intention to ridicule, hurt, defame, or to incite the hatred or scorn of others against another person. This is a form of personal injury that can do more damage than any actual physical injury.
What is slander?
Slander is the purposeful act of telling an untruth about someone using spoken mediums such as radio, television, online video, etc. The act of slander includes the intention to ridicule, hurt, defame, or to incite others to hate, scorn, or act out against another person. This is also a form of personal injury because it actually injures your reputation as a person, business, or family.
Libel and slander are dangerous and can hurt and even kill a reputation, but you can fight them by contacting a personal injury lawyer who will fight for your reputation. If you live in New Jersey and you believe that youâ€™re a victim of libel or slander or both, immediately contact the personal injury law professionals through Jersey Personal Injury.
Your reputation means a lot to you and you deserve to work with a New Jersey personal injury lawyer who understands that and will do everything they can to help you rebuild your reputation.