Breach of Contract Lawsuits
Experienced Waterbury Business Attorney On Your Side
When you sign a contract, it is important that both parties understand the full implications of the document, or it could lead to serious repercussions. If someone breaches a contract by failing to uphold the terms they agreed to, they could face severe legal penalties and hefty fines, not to mention a damaged professional reputation. If you need help following a breach of contract, make sure you take immediate action to defend your future and protect your investment.
Whether someone you signed a contract with failed to perform their duty, or you were unable to fulfill your obligations under the contract, our firm can help you. At Brennan Law Firm, LLC we have the legal skills and drive to advocate on your behalf. We have more than 30 years of experience in the legal field and have recovered millions of dollars on behalf of our clients. Our clients always come first and we take pride in providing personal attention to each and every case we handle.
Call (203) 528-0152 to schedule a free consultation about your breach of contract case.
About Breach of Contract Lawsuits
Signing a contract is like making a legally binding promise. The person(s) who sign the contract are responsible for upholding their obligations outlined in the document, and if they fail to do so they are considered in breach of contract. Contracts can occur between any number of people, including employers and employees, companies and customers, companies and subcontractors, and so on. It is also important to understand that there are multiple ways a contract can be breached, some of which are more serious than others.
Common types of contract breaches include:
- Material Breach
- Fundamental Breach
- Anticipatory Breach
- Minor Breach
Let Brennan Law Firm, LLC Fight For You
If you are facing a breach of contract lawsuit, or you wish to start one, it is important that you speak with an experienced attorney. Contract law can be very complex, which is why you must seek guidance from an attorney who understands what is at risk. If someone else broke their contract, you could fight for compensation for relevant damages, including revenue lost because the contract was breached, and so on. On the other hand, if you accidentally broke your contract, our firm can investigate the circumstances of your breach in order to determine whether or not the contract was misinterpreted or flawed.
To get started on your case today, contact Brennan Law Firm, LLC in Waterbury.