Dallas/Fort Worth, TX Fraud Defense Attorneys

 

Lately, fraud and related charges are being brought against executives, businesses, and individual employees. Fraud accusations can take many different forms, and can be brought in both state and federal courts. It is important to build a strong, effective defense to these types of charges.

Westfall Sellers is dedicated to providing quality defense for individuals and businesses accused of fraud—in whatever form. If you are the target of a federal or state investigation, you need experienced defense counsel on your side. The attorneys at Westfall Sellers can help.

Texas & Federal Fraud Defense Lawyer

At Westfall Sellers, we have experience successfully defending nearly every type of fraud accusation, including:

  • Bank Fraud
  • Healthcare, Medicare, and Medicaid Fraud
  • Mail & Wire Fraud
  • Insurance Fraud
  • Securities Fraud
  • Credit Card/Debit Card Abuse
  • Bribery
  • Extortion
  • Forgery
  • Money Laundering

Our first goal is always to avoid indictment or prosecution altogether. And we have achieved this success in many cases. We have also won dismissals and reduced charges in others. In short, we have the experience to help defend you and your business.

Resources & Experience Defending Complex White Collar Fraud Charges

Every case and investigation is different. Unlike many types of cases, there is no cookie-cutter defense to fraud allegations. Each case requires careful study of the specific facts and circumstances involved. In many cases, our firm calls on the help of certified fraud examiners and forensic accountants to build an effective, understandable defense.

Contact Us • Dallas/Fort Worth Fraud Defense Law Firm

If you are the target of a state or federal fraud investigation, or if you have received a target letter to appear before a federal grand jury, do not go alone. Contact us today at 817-928-4222, so we can start protecting your rights and your future!

 

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