Breach of Contract Attorney in Fayetteville
Business operations must include the fulfillment of reliable business contracts. When two partners or businesses engage in a contract, it is a legally binding agreement that both parties must follow through with their specific duties. Every party involved will be required to honor the contract to its completion. If any party does not fulfill their end of the contract, it is considered a breach of contract. As a small or large business owner, this can be detrimental to the proper operation of your company. At the Plyler Law Firm, P.A., we can fight for your rights and handle the breach of contract issue. Speak with a Fayetteville business law attorney today to find out how we can personally guide you and your business through this issue.
Awards for Breach of Contracts
After a breach of contract has been performed, you may be entitled to sue for compensatory damages. It must be proven that one party in the contract has made it known that they no longer wish to uphold their end of the deal. Another way that a breach of contract can be made is if the other party has made it impossible for the other party to perform their end of the contract. In either case, the non-breaching party will be entitled to sue for damages. A few types of awards can be granted for breach of contracts. You may be entitled to:
- Nominal damages
- Punitive damages
- Liquidated damages
- Consequential damages
In North Carolina, there is a three-year statute of limitations to file a breach of contract claim. If a contract that has been entered has been breached, our firm can ensure that you have satisfactorily met all necessary requirements to obtain the best results from your case. We can answer your concerns and provide you with the necessary legal guidance to successfully resolve this issue. Contact our firm today to schedule a case evaluation.