Business Litigation

Consumer Protection and Business Litigation

For many years, Attorney Michael Workman has been a powerful advocate for individuals and businesses victimized by unlawful and fraudulent business conduct. Michael is skilled at using strong state and federal laws and regulations to achieve justice in cases arising from breach of contract, wrongful termination, and insurance bad faith. In many cases, these laws provide recovery for triple the amount of actual losses, as well as legal fees.

An example is North Carolina’s Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices Act, a consumer protection statute designed to promote ethical business practices. The Act protects consumers against inadequate warning of product safety hazards, false advertising, and a wide range of unfair and deceptive practices by financial institutions, mortgage companies, insurance companies, and many other types of businesses.

Attorney Michael Workman recently represented a client harmed by the fraudulent tax advice of KPMG, LLP, one of the nation’s largest accounting firms.

Practice Areas

Charlotte, NC attorney specializing in Motor Vehicle Crashes

Motor Vehicle Crashes

When the Rules of the Road are violated.

Charlotte NC attorney specializing in Brain Injury Litigation

Brain Injury

The silent epidemic.

Charlotte NC Attorney Specializing in Wrongful Death Litigation

Wrongful Death

When your loved one's life is taken.

Charlotte NC attorney specializing in Pool Filter Explosions

Pool Filter Explosions

Filter top blow offs occur without warning.

Charlotte NC attorney specializing in workplace injuries

Workplace Injuries

Safety first, not last.

Charlotte NC attorney specializing in business litigation

Business Litigation

When you're the victim of a financial scam.

Charlotte NC attorney specializing in product hazards

Product Hazards

Consumer safety always comes first.

Charlotte NC attorney specializing in birth injury

Birth Injury

What to do when they hurt your baby.

Charlotte NC attorney specializing in Premises Liability

Premises Liability

How to protect yourself