One cause of action I consider to be extremely underutilized is Civil Theft. It is a cause of action created by statute. That is, the basis for the claim comes from proving the elements of the statute versus elements created through case law.
A major plaintiff's upside to a Civil Theft claim is the availability of punitive damages. By statute, those damages can be added. In other causes of action separate evidence and a motion need to be brought in order to add punitive damages.
To address this possible claim further, I am here to talk with you and assess the merits of your case.