Contract Dispute Lawyers
in Rancho Santa Fe
Get Professional Help When Stuck in a Business Dispute
It happens all too often—a contract that seems reasonable at the time it is signed is later met with complications. While contracts are a valuable binding agreement in many cases, it can be difficult to predict what terms might become impractical once put into practice. In certain cases, terms can be breached without the offender even realizing it. If you are having problems with a breach of contract issue, call LiMandri & Jonna LLP to speak with our knowledgeable Rancho Santa Fe contract dispute attorneys. Our attorneys have successfully represented businesses ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies in complex commercial litigation matters.
We offer flexible appointment times. Call (858) 247-3828 to schedule yours.
How Contract Litigation Works
Many aspects of the law are open to interpretation-and contracts are always being brought to court over differences in interpretation. When you are in one of these situations, you will want an attorney experienced in using technical terms in a contract to the client’s advantage.
Many people think they will be able to do this on their own, but it is important not to underestimate your opponent. In these matters, the court will rule in favor of whichever party can best illustrates that the contract favors their terms. Many businesses keep attorneys on retainer specifically for matters like this, and will be using every resource at their disposal to convince a court that the contract favors their interpretation. You will need someone on your side practiced in arguing contract terms.
Contract disputes arise over several issues, including:
- Real estate
- Insurance claims
- Franchise disputes
- Employee disagreements
- Loan disputes
We Are Ready to Review Your Contract
Contracts can be thick and full of complicated terminology, but as professional Rancho Santa Fe business dispute lawyers, we read papers like these every day. We do not get caught up on difficult wording or complex terminology. Whatever kind of contract you have, our team will be able to interpret it, and aggressively protect your interests if there is a basis for a lawsuit.
Call (858) 247-3828 to discuss your contract dispute with us. Initial case evaluations are free.