Legal Question in Personal Injury in Kansas

defamation, libel, slander

Our family business was defamed on a nationally syndicated radio program recently. An unhappy customer called in to a local radio station, mentioned our business by name and owner, and recommended to never do business with X Company owned by John Doe in X city and state. The nationally broadcasted statements had no validity and were definately malicious. Furthermore, the client has made no indication of dissatisfaction and continues to do business with us.

As a result, our creditors have expressed concern regarding future funding of our business and area business competetion has pointed this negative and untrue publicity out to potential clients and suppliers.

Do we have a case? If so, what types of damages should we seek?

Asked on 5/05/03, 9:53 pm

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Anthony Smith LawSmith
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Re: defamation, libel, slander

You might have a case worth pursuing. However, you have not provided enough details by which to determine that. You need to tell an attorney who said what when and where, what qualifications were put on it, and what exactly has been the repurcussions.

Good Luck,

Tony Smith

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Answered on 5/07/03, 3:34 pm

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