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Resolve A Breach Of Contract Case In Your Best Interests

Doing business involves creating and fulfilling contracts with many people and organizations, including business partners, suppliers, commercial landlords, service providers, business affiliates and end consumers. When you make a verbal agreement or exchange signatures with someone on terms of a contract, you normally do so because you trust them to fulfill their side of the transaction.

No matter how sincere each party to a contract is, things happen and contracts go unfulfilled. If you or your business is now left holding the bag because someone else did not do what they promised, your costs and losses may be unacceptable. Did a labor shortage, supply chain disruption, or natural disaster keep another company or individual from completing a purchase or delivering supplies that you ordered for your business operations? When you have run out of patience and need financial relief, turn to an experienced contract law attorney.

Berman Law Firm, P.A., is a reliable source of advocacy and support for individuals and businesses seeking relief through breach of contract litigation or negotiations.

Is A Trial The Only Path To A Solution?

You may be waiting for payments, items ordered or the completion of services, such as inspections, deliveries or repairs. Is it a big enough problem to warrant a trial? Maybe not, but this is not the only way to get relief. Attorney Craig Berman has represented plaintiffs throughout his legal career in contract cases involving:

  • Employment contracts
  • Noncompete agreements
  • Purchase and sale agreements
  • Service contracts
  • Subcontractors’ services with multiple layers of responsibility

At Berman Law Firm, P.A., we understand that your bottom line is just as important as proving that you are right and someone who reneged on a contract was wrong. Excessive legal fees can be self-defeating. You need a practical solution that will protect your business’s financial health and get the job done that has not been completed. The most cost-effective solution is one that will allow you to move forward while minimizing losses.

Schedule A Consultation At Your Convenience

Turn to a trusted business law attorney to determine the most effective way to resolve a breach of contract. Find out how to compel the other party to pay invoices, deliver promised goods or services, or get financial relief if they cannot honor their part of the contract.

Get your breach of contract case resolution started now. Call Berman Law Firm, P.A. at 727-547-3316 or send a message to arrange for a meeting with attorney Berman in person or by phone or videoconferencing.