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Attorneys For Breach Of Contract Lawsuits In Austin, Texas

At the heart of every successful business deal is a strong contract. A contract is a legal agreement between parties that outlines the responsibilities, expectations and obligations, including:

  • Sale of goods
  • Bills of sale
  • Agreement to sell a business
  • Equipment and real estate leases
  • Franchise agreements
  • Joint venture agreements
  • Partnership agreements

When one party fails to fulfill its side of the contract, it can result in serious financial harm.

Since 1985, our highly experienced attorneys at Wright & Greenhill PC have worked with Austin businesses to resolve contract disputes with their vendors, customers and distributors. When you have a contract breach, our team of trial attorneys with a long track record of winning high-stakes contract litigation cases can help you pursue a settlement or resolution as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible.

What Are The Elements Needed For A Breach Of Contract Lawsuit?

To have a breach of contract lawsuit, you must prove that a valid contract exists, that you have upheld your end of the bargain (or have a good reason not to do so), but the defendant did not, and that your business has suffered economic losses as a result.

Potential Remedies For Breach Of Contract

Once it is clear that our client suffered damages as a result of a contract breach, we will strategize the best way to resolve the issue. Some remedies include:

  • Compensatory damages
  • Specific performance
  • Legal injunction
  • Rescission
  • Liquidated damages
  • Nominal damages

We make sure our clients understand how a potential remedy will help them, but our clients will always be in control of the final decision when pursuing a resolution. We work hard to get results for our clients.

Get Successful Results With Strong Legal Representation

When you need legal representation for a contract dispute, you want lawyers with the highest professional recognition and credentials. We have you covered. To learn more about how our contract dispute lawyers can help you, call our Austin offices at 800-787-9579 or contact us through our online contact form to schedule a consultation.