Serious Fraud & Business Crime
Noble Solicitors has a dedicated team of in house barristers and solicitors to defend clients facing allegations of serious fraud, criminal fraud and white collar crime.
Our team are members of the Legal Services Commission “Very High Cost Case” Panel. Our expert team have covered numerous fraud allegation cases throughout the UK.
The most common areas of serious fraud and business crime are:
Company Fraud – Our specialist lawyers have helped companies that have faced allegations of carousel fraud, company fraud, business fraud, corporate fraud or corporate crime. If you own a business make sure you are up to date with the Bribery Act Law.
Financial Fraud – can be anything from insurance fraud, loan fraud or mortgage fraud. You may have seen in the media that people were facing ‘crash for cash’ allegations by which unbeknown drivers were crashing into their cars. This was leading them to falsely claim on their insurance.
Credit Fraud – if you are facing allegations of credit card or debit card fraud it means the police have reason to believe you have either committed theft of fraud using financial cards. Clients facing allegations of credit card or debit card fraud may have stolen someone’s identity to illegally obtain goods or funds from the account. Our serious fraud solicitors will guide and fight for you every step of the way.
Our duty police station lawyers can assist 24 hours a day 365 days a year. To contact our duty police station lawyers call 0700 81 82 83.
So whether you have been arrested for allegations insurance fraud, company fraud or computer fraud contact our expert team of Defence Solicitors today. As a leading firm of Criminal Defence Solicitors, with offices in Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Northamptonshire and London, we are here to fight for you.
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Areas of Legal Expertise
- Money laundering
- Serious Fraud & Business Crime
- Cyber Crime
- Terrorism Law
- Gun & Knife Crime
- Sex Crime