What is a contract?
A contract is a legally binding agreement between two or more parties that can be enforced by the law. Contracts may be oral or written; however, more legal authority is placed on contracts in writing. A promise made in exchange for consideration is a legally binding contract. By no means should a contract be made under duress. Failure to fulfill his/her term in the contract is committing a breach in that contract.
TYPES OF CONTRACT LAW CASES
Each state has different laws about contracts, so business disputes can become complex. Our attorneys are familiar with state laws and we can handle your dispute the right way.
Lawsuits for construction defects include negligence, breach of contract, fraud, defective materials and design flaws. If you believe your home may have construction defects, contact our attorneys immediately.
If your insurance company denies your claim and your policy covers the type of damage or loss claimed, you should contact us. We can help you take legal action for breach of contract and/or bad faith.
These cases involve contractors or suppliers who have worked on homes or businesses and have not been paid for their labor or materials. The law allows you to file a lien on the property you are working on provided you file the lien in the courthouse within a specific period of time. If you have this type of claim contact us immediately to protect your rights.