How to Disprove a Libel Claim?

Answer Libel is a personal injury claim involving false statements someone (usually a reporter or writer) makes as a statement of fact via printed material, word of mouth, broadcasts or on the Internet. T... Read More »

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How to Prove Libel?

Libel occurs when a person or entity communicates a false and defamatory statement that damages the reputation of another person or entity. Unlike slander, which is spoken, libel is written and pub... Read More »

How to Sue for Slander or Libel?

The old adage of "if you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all" is more than just ethical advice. Making defamatory statements about another person can do more than hurt another perso... Read More »

How to Tell the Difference Between Libel and Slander?

Have you been defamed lately? Did someone say something malicious in print or by speech? Here is how to work out what to call their dastardly comments.

The Statute of Limitations for Libel?

Libel is a false accusation in print that damages a person's reputation. Libel can consist of pictures, signs or words and may be published in newspapers, on TV, online or in other ways. Unlike man... Read More »