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Upholding The Four Corners Of The Contract

Last updated on March 8, 2021

When two or more parties enter into a binding agreement, the expectation is that both parties will fulfill their side of the contract and everything will turn out alright. However, in far too many cases, one side of the party breaches the contract somehow, and the other party needs to seek compensation for the losses they have incurred as a result.

At Wolfe Law Tampa PLLC in Tampa, Florida, I have more than 20 years of experience representing businesses in breach of contract claims and other commercial litigation matters. I can provide winning legal services for plaintiffs and defendants in these claims. I take an efficient, focused approach to getting the results my clients need in construction contract disputes and other types of commercial litigation matters.

Compensation For Breach Of Contract

Most simply put, breach of contract occurs when one party fails to fulfill the terms of the contract.

When this happens, you could seek remedies that include compensatory damages (monetary compensation for the losses you incurred as a result of the breach), liquidated damages (financial compensation that is specifically stated in the contract, if your contract has such a provision), specific performance (when the other party is forced to fulfill their part of the contract) or attorney fees and court costs.

At Wolfe Law Tampa PLLC, I will help make sure you get the best results possible if you have suffered damages as a result of a breach of contract. Call 813-803-0022 or contact me online today to discuss your case with an experienced attorney.