June 3, 2005

In  this fraud case, David Strite and Mark Hammond represented a university student who attended a radiographic technical college in Louisville thinking the courses were part of an accredited program.  When the student discovered the college was not accredited, the student took action, seeking lost wages and punitive damages from the falsely-advertising college.  Despite university efforts to deny any fraudulent misrepresentation, the jury found in favor of the student, awarding him $105,540.

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