What you really need (to avoid this limited-liability shuffle) is to establish that the perpetrators are guilty of criminal conduct, rather than a mere civil wrong. Then there is the potential for personal fines or the risk of a custodial sentence, which are harder to avoid by dissolving a company and moving on.
In the UK, it is possible for someone to be barred from acting as director of a company, if their misconduct is sufficiently bad. There may be rules like this in other jurisdictions as well.
Also, if you can show that someone has infringed the rules of their professional body (if they have one), there is a small chance that they may be struck off, expelled, or prevented from practising (at least in theory).