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Breach of Contract Litigation Attorneys
Our lawyers understand when companies and individuals sign business contracts, each party expects the other to hold up their end of the agreement.
Unfortunately, that is not always the case. When one person or party violates the terms of their business agreement, they may be in breach of contract, which has severe consequences inside and outside the courtroom.
Our breach of contract attorneys will pursue the unique solutions your company deserves for the tangible and consequential damages you have suffered as a result of another party violating the terms of the agreement.
What are the Most Common Breach of Contract Agreements?
A breach of contract lawsuit is a serious matter, but unfortunately not an uncommon occurrence.
The fallout from a contract breach can upend the livelihoods of all involved, which requires an immediate legal solution to mitigate our client’s losses, so they can seek the appropriate remedy without delay.
Business contracts are designed to ensure our client’s financial interests are legally protected the moment they sign the agreement, no matter what details the arrangement solidifies.
Some of the more common breach of contract cases we handle include:
- Contractor/Sub-contractor agreements
- Distribution and reseller contracts
- Employment contracts
- Joint venture agreements
- Licensing agreements
- Non-disclosure confidentiality agreements
- Operating agreements
- Partnership agreements
- Purchase and sale contracts
- Real estate purchase and sale agreements
- Sales contracts
- Service contracts
- Shareholder agreements
Breach of contract lawsuits can be settled outside the courtroom when our experienced attorneys can reach an agreement without taking the violators to court, or inside the courtroom when litigation is necessary. Either way, our skilled breach of contract lawyers are prepared to resolve your case through the best remedy available for your unique circumstances.
What Are the Possible Remedies for a Breach of Contract?
Breach of contract cases requires a legal remedy that will make the complying party or parties whole again, either through financial damages, equitable remedies, performance obligations, or other legal solutions.
Our breach of contract attorneys will pursue the best outcome for each of our clients’ unique cases and viable recovery options, which may include:
- Pursuing Financial Damages for Breach of Contract Claims
Pursuing compensatory damages is intended to make our client, the plaintiff, while another party breaches their initial contract.
This monetary relief will represent the benefits our client would have received had the contract not been breached. We may also seek consequential damages, which deliver compensation for the indirect damages our client suffered because of the contract breach.
When the provision exists in the original contract, we may pursue the predetermined amount of money, called liquidated damages, on our client’s behalf.
- Breach of Contract and Equitable Remedies
When a breach of contract occurs, the court can demand equitable relief, which is an order requiring the violating person or company to act or refrain from acting in a specific way, typically through performance solutions or rescission.
When performance solutions are ordered by the court, they often require the breaching party to fulfill their initial obligations under the terms of the contract.
This is typically the case when monetary damages would not adequately compensate the non-breaching party.
When rescission is granted in a breach of contract case, the contract becomes null and void, leaving all sides excused from any further performance under the contract, and any money remitted returned.
Our breach of contract attorneys offer a skilled approach to assessing the appropriate remedies and financial damages required to return our clients to their previous standing and help hold the defendant accountable for the breach, using our legal resources to pursue the best outcome for each of our unique clients’ circumstances.
Can I Recover My Breach of Contract Attorney Fees?
The breach of contract litigation fees and costs may be recoverable if the language for such recovery is expressly provided for under the terms of the initial agreement.
Contracts exist for the purpose of enforcement, and when they are breached in any manner, the legally binding aspect of your agreement must be exacted immediately to safeguard your business interests without delay. Our breach of contract attorneys will assess your claim and design the effective legal solutions necessary to make you whole again, so you can put this relationship behind you.
Contact Our Experienced Breach of Contract Attorneys for a Free Case Evaluation Today
If you have suffered damages from a breach of contract, contact our experienced Business Litigation attorneys today by calling (786) 706-9228 to determine which remedies will allow you to regain your position before the contractual violation occurred. We will outline your unique breach of contract claim to pursue the best possible solutions for your damages.