WHEN A BUSINESS DOESN’T KEEP ITS PROMISES
What can you do when a business doesn’t keep its promises to you? When they don’t do what they said they were going to do?
For example, suppose you buy a car that you were told was new or was never in an accident, but you find out later it has a bent frame from a major crash. Or you are hired to do a job, and the employer decides not to pay you for the work. If you purchased something and did not get what you paid for, let us help you recover what you are due.
Commercial litigation can arise from a breach in contract, anytime one party promised to do something in a written contract or agreement and fails to do what they said. Breaches can include:
- Non-payment issues
- Lack of performance
- Professional malpractice
- Business Disputes
- Contractor Disputes
- Unreasonable delays in performance
- Poor or unacceptable work
- Construction Defects
Why do I need a commercial litigation attorney?
Problems can often be avoided by having an attorney review a contract before you sign it and advise you when entering into contractual agreements, whichever side of the deal you happen to be on. In addition, small businesses or large corporations may need preparation of company and corporate governance documents including operating, membership and purchase agreements. If a breach of contract occurs, an experienced commercial litigation attorney will represent you in legal action.Meet Our TeamGo here and Meet Our Team