Breach of Contract

When you enter into a contract with another party, you expect them to abide by its terms. If they don’t, then there could be a breach of contract and you might be entitled to compensation. At the Florida Small Business Legal Center, we can guide you through the process of maximizing recovery for any losses and pursuing direct and indirect damages.

What is a Breach of Contract?

Breach of Contract

A breach of contract occurs when one party fails to comply with the terms of a contractual agreement, or when there is interference with the other party’s ability to fulfill the contract. Unfinished work, late payments, or failure to meet standards are some common examples that lead to frustration and financial harm.

At the Florida Small Business Legal Center, we often represent shareholders and partners in litigation involving one or more partners. In closely held corporations, shareholders’ breaches of contract or fiduciary duties can also give rise to legal disputes between business partners.

Besides monetary awards, other forms of compensation can also be granted. Depending on the particulars of your case, the court may:

  • Require the other party to carry out their obligations under the contract
  • Serve an injunction against them

You might also receive restitution, which is when an offender gives you property equivalent to the value of your loss or a sum of money that fairly reflects the extent to which the breach harmed your business.

Contact a Breach of Contract Attorney in Florida Today

If you are a plaintiff or defendant in a breach of contract action, contact the Florida Small Business Legal Center today. Our goal is to resolve your legal dispute as quickly and efficiently as possible, so that you can go back to making your business succeed. To schedule a consultation, call 1-866-842-5202.

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