Breach-of-Contract-CaseIf you believe you may have a breach of contract case, contact our Charleston breach of contract lawyer. We are able to discuss with you and review multiple materials in your possession relating to the contract. First and foremost, any party to a contract should have an executed copy of the contract available and need to store it in a safe place. Our contract litigation attorneys will need to meticulously review and analyze the terms and conditions of the contract.

As soon as we have had the chance to meet with you, review the contract and review any other relevant documentation, we will advise you in regards to whether or not we believe you have a breach of contract case or defense, and whether or not you should consider filing a breach of contract lawsuit or claim any defenses or potential counterclaims. We are willing to negotiate a fee structure that fits each client’s needs. Once you have consulted with and agreed to retain our firm, your case is in our hands and we will do our best to obtain a positive result.

The initial step in any breach of contract case is the filing of a complaint and the service of the complaint on the defendant. Once a complaint is filed and served, the defendants must file an answer or response to the complaint. Defendants typically assert various defenses and/or counterclaims.

Our contract lawyers have years of experience throughly reviewing and analyzing the multiple terms and conditions of any contract in order to determine which course of action is appropriate and aide to determine whether you have a breach of contract case.
After the defendant files their answer to the complaint, the parties conduct “discovery,” where each party will seek to obtain relevant information that is related to the case, either through written questions (interrogatories) or requests for documents from the other party. Then, the parties will normally take depositions of each other as well as third parties in an attempt to discover any added information that could be related to the lawsuit or the various claims and defenses asserted.

Once discovery is completed, the parties may decide to file motions for summary judgment in an attempt to prove that there are no relevant facts in dispute in regards to each of their claims and that the judge should rule in their favor prior to a full trial.

The above is only an example of how the general flow of lawsuit occurs. Issues and contract disputes relating to multiple matters could arise throughout the course of litigation. For example, there may be service disputes, jurisdiction and venue disputes, discovery disputes, and other disputes that aris through various stages of the lawsuit.

If you believe you have a breach of contract case or if you are being sued for breach of contract, contact our Charleston commercial litigation lawyer. Please feel free to email or call our Charleston law office to inquire about your breach of contract case.