Small businesses are the fabric of our community. But, small business owners often find themselves in situations where they are being harmed by larger companies that have wrongful business practices and the financial resources to defeat justice.
Contracts, both oral and written, are the backbone of many relationships in our community. A breach of contract happens when someone does not do what they have agreed to do in the contract. Sometimes a breach is minor and no harms or losses occur. But other times, a breach can cause a major financial loss.
If you have experienced financial harm from wrongful business practices or a breach of a contract, don’t succumb to the bully or let the breach go unaddressed. You are entitled to receive full and fair compensation for all of the losses and damages you have suffered. While you try to keep your business on track or recover from the act or breach, those responsible for your harm are already working to prevent you from getting full and fair compensation. You need someone to protect you and fight for justice for you.
That is what we do. We find, protect, and enforce the truth to preserve and protect you and your rights.
Many business disputes and breach of contract matters are handled on a contingency fee basis. That means we may not get paid unless there is a recovery from the person or entity responsible for your harm. Other cases are handled on a flat fee basis or hourly rates depending on the nature of the case.
If you are involved in a business dispute or a breach of contract matter, contact Workman Law, APC today and let us start working for you. Email us or call Workman Law, APC at (619) 501-0808 to set up your FREE initial consultation.
Business and Commercial Litigation Types
- Breaches of Contract
- Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices
- Wrongful Interference with Contracts or Business