Breach of contract cases can be extensive and costly for all parties involved. There is a lot to document before you can even file suit and, as time is money, unpaid dues can balloon quickly with interest accumulation. Webb Law Group would like to take you inside a recently settled breach [...]
Some of the most common cases we have here at Webb Law Group involve matters of breach of contract. When fraud is involved, the damages not only escalate financially, but also emotionally. It's a stressful situation when you make an agreement with someone and they don't fulfill their end of the bargain.
Webb Law Group proudly takes you inside a real case that was handled by our firm. While names have been omitted for privacy purposes, we will approach the matter of a breach of contract within the context of this real case. We will take you from the complaint to the conclusion, providing a segue from legal problem to solution, with the strong support of Webb Law Group's team of attorneys and staff.
A breach of contract occurs when an agreement between two parties is not honored and any or all of the terms have been violated. When a breach of contract has occurred, the adverse party will often seek damages in order to recover losses from the contract not being honored. There are [...]
Breach of contracts can often times be settled out of court. It may take a little coaxing, a few reminder letters, and you may even have to threaten legal action, but often you can get an individual who owes you money through a breach of contract to pay. Regardless of whether [...]
An employment agreement is a legal agreement documented in writing between an employer and their employee that creates a contract between them and explains the terms of employment. An employment contract may include any of the following: Contact information, including the names, phone numbers, emails, and/or other identifying information of all [...]
If you find yourself in a situation where you have entered a contact, and have met the obligations per the terms, but you cannot get the other party to fulfill their obligations, you may be in need of filing a breach of contract lawsuit. There are several things you need to [...]
Your payment to the insurance company is a contract of sorts. An insurance company's failure to defend you could lead to a breach of contract action.
Double jeopardy is a law that stops the government from trying a defendant more than once for the similar or same charges following a legal conviction or acquittal. In addition, the legal theory of double jeopardy protects a person from being subject to successive punishments for the same offense. California has [...]
Do you have to be under contract to be sued for breach of contract? By its very term, “breach of contract” presupposes the existence of a contract. Hence, the parties in a breach of contract case must be under contract or a valid, legal agreement. Perhaps a better way to frame [...]
When a landlord agrees to rent a piece of his property to a tenant, he and the tenant execute a document called a lease agreement. That document is honored by the state as a legally binding contract. Thus, both parties are bound to honor the terms of the contract. Otherwise, the [...]
As a breach of contract attorney in San Diego, I know suing or getting sued for breach of contract requires three elements which may be compared to a camera’s tripod. Like a tripod, if one element or “leg” is missing, then the tripod or case cannot stand. The three elements that [...]
Nearly every legal claim has a statute of limitations. Some are as short as thirty (30) days. Others may be longer. The concept of statute of limitation came about after World War II and the war crimes trial of Nazi officers. The statute of limitations for war crimes is rather long.