Bringing Resolutions to Breach of Contract Claims
Honest, profitable business dealings depend on good-faith implementation of mutually understood written and oral agreements. When any person or organization that has entered into a binding contract does not fulfill it and another party experiences losses as a result, legal action by the affected party may become necessary.
A person or company may have breached a contract with you in one of these ways:
- A customer did not pay for an order that you fulfilled and your losses are significant.
- A shipping company did not deliver raw materials to you on time for you to complete a work order with another entity.
- Someone who signed a purchase agreement for your business’s commercial property or another piece of real estate backed out at the last minute and did not buy it after all. Meanwhile, you lost opportunities to sell it to other potential buyers who are no longer interested.
We are accomplished litigators focusing on general and complex litigation. Many of our clients’ cases include breach of contract claims.
Legal Remedies in Breach of Contract Cases
Failing to honor a contract is known as a breach of contract. A civil lawsuit may become necessary in circumstances such as the following:
- When pretrial negotiations are not successful in compelling the noncompliant party to fulfill the terms of the contract
- When one party’s losses have been substantial
- When legal costs are likely to be recovered through a favorable outcome for the plaintiff
Learn about your options for pursuing justice and compliance, or compensation, after another party has breached a contract that you held in common. Turn to accomplished trial attorneys at Kashfian & Kashfian, LLP, for advice from proven advocates.
The Importance of Early Legal Counsel
If you or your business has been harmed through another party’s breach of contract, contact a business law attorney in time to pursue the most cost-effective legal remedies. Work with a respected litigator to help ensure that legal actions that you take will be effective and bring a satisfactory return on your investment. Your business’s bottom line is critically important.
On the other hand, if you have been accused of breaching a contract, early legal advice is also highly recommended. Your attorney may be able to convince the other party not to sue you, but rather, to work toward a resolution that will preserve the interests of both parties.