Sacramento Breach Of Contract Claims Lawyer
Contracts are formed daily with business partners, manufacturers, distributors and employees. When someone breaches one of these contracts or accuses you of violating the terms of an agreement, it can disrupt your entire business.
Our Sacramento business law attorneys have experience reviewing contracts and determining your rights, the obligations of both parties, and the remedies that may be available to you. Whether the contract is in writing or verbal, we know how to handle various types of contracts and possible remedies.
Recovering From A Breach Of Contract
The operation of most businesses depends heavily on contracts and agreements. A breach of contract happens when a party fails to abide by the terms of an agreement or interferes with another party’s ability to fulfill the contract obligations. This failure may include an inability to deliver goods or services, an unfinished job, failure to pay or when certain standards are not met.
Reveille Law, P.C., can help you with your breach of contract issues, including:
- Business purchase agreement
- Sale and distribution agreements
- Shareholders agreements
- Employment contracts
In California, you may be able to resolve a breach of contract through alternative dispute resolution methods, such as mediation or arbitration. However, sometimes this isn’t possible. If the breach is too severe or has led to irreversible and serious consequences, then you may be able to seek monetary damages and restitution by going to court.
When faced with a contract breach, you need a skilled business law attorney with extensive experience in business and contract law to help you aggressively defend your interests. You should attempt to resolve the contract dispute before a lawsuit is filed to minimize potential fees. When necessary, we can help you fight in court.
Using Experience To Your Advantage
Not all litigation attorneys have experience in contract litigation and negotiation. At Reveille Law, P.C., we have a proven track record of handling various business law matters, including breach of contract. Contact us today at 916-975-0013 or reach out online to schedule a consultation.