Do I Need an Attorney for a Breach of Contract?

Do I Need an Attorney for a Breach of Contract?

Posted By The Mirkhan Law Firm || 13-Jan-2015

When faced with a breach of contract you have two options. You can remain frustrated over lost time and money lost or decide to take legal action. Our firm believes the latter option is much more profitable for your business, both in the short-term and the long run. Unfortunately, many business owners are unsure of how to handle a breach of contract and wind up wasting even more resources attempting to do it themselves.

This is where your attorney comes in. Rather than expending unnecessary effort, you can stay where you're most needed and let your legal team do the heavy lifting for you. Keep reading to learn more about why you the value of retaining an attorney is so priceless.

Recover What You've Lost & Then Some

No one has to tell you that a breach of contract can really hurt your company's profitability. After all, you better than anyone understand that time wasted is money lost. Is there any way to regain footing after a breached contract?

The good news is that yes, it is possible to recover. It's not always easy and this is where your attorney's assistance is crucial. Their experience coupled with a comprehensive knowledge of business law can help you recover more than just the basics.

Your legal team may be able to help you claim the following:

  • Compensatory damages
  • Punitive damages
  • Consequential and incidental damages
  • Attorney's fees
  • Liquidated damages

The way they'll go about recovering your lost money depends on the type of contract breach that you suffered. The four most common breaches are material, fundamental, anticipatory, and minor breaches. Each one comes about under a different set of circumstances and requires its own unique strategy for a successful outcome.

For nearly 17 years, our firm has been representing and defending business owners facing problems just like you. We're passionate about doing everything we can to meet your needs in very tangible ways. Contact our business attorney in Orange County today for personalized legal assistance for your breach of contract.

We believe that legal cases are similar to chess games. Making the right move is of the utmost importance.