How to Handle a Breach of Contract Situation
33% of all civil court cases are for breach of contract.* If you believe an employee, customer, vendor or other party has breached a contract with your business, you should take the following steps.
- Try to resolve the dispute by speaking with the other party in a firm yet respectful tone
- If the problem persists, send a formal demand letter that references the contract
- If you still get no resolution, you may choose to file a lawsuit for breach of contract
A small business plan from LegalShield allows you to have an attorney help you will all of the above steps. You get unlimited consultation with a business attorney and they can even write demand letters and make phone calls to settle contract disputes before going filing a lawsuit.
Join legalShield now and be on the phone with an contract attorney in 4 hours or less.
How a Legalshield Small Business Plan Works for Contract Litigation
All LegalShield plans come jam-packed with valuable benefits. When it comes to getting help with a breach of contract cases, the most common plan usage is in two areas.
CONSULTATION AND ADVICE
You can have unlimited phone consultation with an contract litigator to get questions answered, receive legal advice and make sure your business is protected.
DOCUMENT REVIEW & NEGOTIATION
You can have your attorney review any documents (up to 15 pages each) and even make phone calls and write letters on behalf of your business to resolve contract disputes.
You get the best of both worlds. You have the help of an contract attorney to make sure your business is well protected AND you save a ton of money.