Breach of Construction Contracts
Orange County Construction Litigation Lawyer
As construction work covers a broad range of labor – such as demolitions,
maintenance and repairs, redesigns, and more – it is only natural
for construction contracts to be in place, regulating how everything gets
completed. Typically covering the production responsibilities of all parties
involved, construction contracts have a primary focus on protecting contractors
from any potential losses. When the contract is not followed – or
breached – by one party, it opens up the opportunity of a lawsuit
to settle unresolved issues.
Breaches of construction contracts can easily cost you thousands of dollars
in damages as projects go unfinished or as laborers go unpaid. To support
your claims in court,
call an Orange County construction litigation attorney from The Mirkhan Law Firm today.
Legal Professionals You Can Believe In
Construction contracts can be complicated and difficult to understand,
even for those directly involved in the construction projects. Our team
understands that careful study of the contract and reviewing the evidence
of any breaches can lead you to a victory. Trust in a team that has earned
such impressive accomplishments as:
- More than 15 years of legal practice
90%+ success rate in
all of our cases
- Unrivaled trial experience
- Strong familiarity with legal and business contracts
How can a construction contract be breached?
With all of the specifics in a construction contract, it can be difficult
to pinpoint where a breach occurred without professional guidance. When
you retain the assistance of an Orange County construction litigation
attorney from The Mirkhan Law Firm, we can help you understand how breaches
of contracts commonly occur, such as when one party:
- Does not perform duties as promised or described
- Does something that prohibits the other party from performing their contractual duty
- Refuses to perform contract duties without valid reasoning
- Fails to provide payment for services rendered
If you win a construction contract dispute, you can be granted consequential
damages. Consequential damages will recover enough to get you back to
the financial situation you were at before the breach occurred.
Let Us Help You Uphold Your Construction Contract
Whether you are seeking financial compensation for a breached contract,
or if you just want the other party to finish their promised work, we
encourage you to contact an Orange County contract litigation attorney
from The Mirkhan Law Firm as soon as possible. Statutes of limitations
may be in place that restrict when you can file a lawsuit against your
opposing party, so it is important to act now. With our assistance, you
can expect honest advice and powerful representation if we need to take
your claims to court.
We will defend your rights as if we were protecting our own.
Schedule a consultation
today to learn what over 15 years of contract experience can do for you.