Breach of Contract

breach of contract

“Shoddy workmanship, defective products, late deliveries and failure to pay need not be treated as costs of doing business. Our approach to broken contracts quickly identifies the key legal and factual issues and positions our clients for a speedy and cost-effective resolution of the dispute in which just compensation is paid and fairness is restored.” – Eric Fryar

 

Breach of Contract

The most common legal problem facing small businesses is the breach of contractual commitments—customers who don’t pay, vendors who don’t deliver, business deals that self-destruct. The law provides a variety of remedies to fix broken contracts.

Fryar Law Firm’s approach is to analyze business contracts based on allocation of risk and to view the litigation and resolution of contractual disputes as simply an additional step in a business transaction. The business objective in every financial transaction is to make money. That objective does not change when the contract must be litigated. Our goal at Fryar Law Firm is to handle every case involving a broken contract to procure a financial resolution quickly and cost-effectively, so that our clients achieve the maximum total return on the overall transaction.