A breach of contract dispute can arise for anyone; an individual, a family, or a business. Anyone who has been the victim of a breach of contract can face significant losses—often immediate and imminent—unless they pursue legal action for damages or enforcement.
The Byrd Law Firm has experience in representing prominent business clients in breach of contract claims. Whether you are a homeowner seeking to enforce a purchase sale agreement, or you are a business owner seeking to enforce a commercial contract, our team of lawyers and legal professionals stand ready to protect your contractual rights. Contact the Byrd Law Firm today for further representation information.
Your Contractual Rights
We regularly represent victims of insurance contract claim disputes who have been denied coverage or who feel that they have been taken advantage of by an insurance agency. Whether you are looking to enforce a contract, or defend yourself against a breach of contract claim, our attorneys can provide the legal representation you need.
When involved in a contractual dispute, you may be seeking an injunction, damages, or possibly both. Whether you are seeking to enforce the contract or collect on your losses, our attorneys have a record of successfully defending and protecting the rights of our clients who are involved in a contractual dispute.
We Are Experienced in Handling the Following Contract Matters:
- Breach of Contract
- Buy/Sell Agreements
- Real Estate Disputes on Sales and Leases
- Insurance Law Contracts
- Employment Contracts Including Breach of Executive Contracts Severance Agreements
- Oil and Gas Litigation
- Temporary Restraining Orders/Injunctions
- Commercial Contracts
- Tortious Interference with Contract
- Insurance Disputes
- Partnership Disputes
If you are business entrepreneur or owner, you understand the significance of entering into a contract, as well as the legal issues that can arise when there is a breach. If you are a business owner who has suffered a loss, or may suffer a loss, because of a breach of contract, or you are seeking to defend a breach of contract claim, we can help.
If you believe that you may sustain immediate, irreparable harm, you may be able to prevent another party from acting through a temporary restraining order or injunction. We can also pursue damages, i.e., seek recovery of amounts lost or that will be lost, against a breaching party.
Contact Byrd Law Firm at (713) 864-3000 to see how an experienced attorney can help you today with any contract disputes you may be facing.