Unjust enrichment is a remedy that is sought when someone receives more than they deserved. Even in the absence of a contractual agreement, if you can show that you conferred a benefit on another person who knew or appreciated the benefit without paying you for the value of that benefit, you may be entitled to the value conferred under the theory of unjust enrichment. Such circumstances may involve fraud, breach of contract or fiduciary duty or other similar causes of action. Our attorneys are experienced in identifying situations where this type of remedy is available. If you find yourself involved in a legal dispute where you believe someone received something more than they should have or received a benefit that was not theirs to receive, then this type of remedy might be available. If you have been served with a complaint listing this among the remedies being sought against you or if you would like to redress a wrong that possibly fits within this category, then the Attorneys at Hale Ball are ready to assist you with understanding your rights.
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