Breach Of Contract
Although contracts are intended to clearly write out the obligations and rights of the signing party, disputes often arise about the terms of the contract or when there is a breach of contract. Our breach of contract attorneys are highly qualified to resolve any dispute dealing with contracts. Moreover, we understand the ins and outs of negotiating, mediation, or arbitration, and if necessary, our breach of contract lawyers are appropriately aggressive in taking a case to trial.
One main issue that arises from breach of contract cases is when one party fails to do something that the contract requires. This failing party commits a breach of contract. A civil litigation attorney from NeJame Law will assist in honoring the terms of the contract and explain the consequences relating to breaching a contract. Our breach of contract attorneys handle all types of contract disputes, such as, business contracts and real estate contracts.
Possible Remedies for Breach of Contract Cases:
- Compensatory Damages: intended to “make the plaintiff whole.” Monetary relief awarded by a court to indemnify a person for the particular loss or detriment suffered as a result of the breach of contract.
- Liquidated Damages: Some contracts contain a provision in which the parties designate the amount of damages awarded in case of a breach.
- Attorney’ Fees & Costs: these may be recoverable if specified in your contract
- Specific Performance: the breaching party is required to fulfill his/her obligations under the contract.
Contact Our Experienced Orlando Breach of Contract Attorneys
Our clients benefit tremendously from our ability to identify and resolve breach of contract dispute. Please call the NeJame Law firm at (407) 500-0000 or you can fill out a form online. We are available by email at Civil@NeJameLaw.com and can be reached 7 days a week. Let us assist you personally with your disputes. We offer our clients attention, compassion and believe in serving as strong advocates. We value your privacy and will keep any information strictly confidential.