In short yes. It depends on the case of course, but the key things you should provide to your defamation lawyer are:

  • Website Analytics showing a visible drop in visitors since the defamation attack
  • Evidence and trend of your monetary or conversion drop since the attack
  • Evidence of rejections for jobs, contracts or general services since the attack
  • Communication from lost vendors or supporters who have mentioned your online defamation
  • A trend prediction of where your revenue or expansion would be now had the defamation never occurred.

With this all neatly compiled, the defamation lawyer will review the online hate content and should provide further investigation services into the person or company behind the attack. This will determine the amount of damages you can receive.

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