Breach Of Contract

Before you pursue a lawsuit involving breach of contract, it's imperative to know precisely what it entails. "The failure of a party (not having a legal excuse) to perform in accordance with a promise made" is the definition of breach of contract, according to Answers.com. In a nutshell, one side doesn't stick to its part of a binding agreement — and the result is a potential lawsuit.

Located in Bellaire, Texas, the law firm of B. L. Jensen, L.P., provides effective contract dispute resolution services to business entities and owners throughout the Houston area. Attorney Brian Jensen focuses his business litigation efforts on ensuring that all contract terms are thoroughly analyzed and that any parties believed to be in breach of those terms are held liable for the losses they cause. With more than 30 years of experience, Mr. Jensen has the detailed knowledge required to handle your business matter skillfully and efficiently.

Seeking All Sources Of Resolution To Resolve Your Business Concerns

In Houston, you or your company can pinpoint and count on a breach of contract lawyer to sort out the facets of complex commercial litigation. An attorney who specializes in dealing with breach cases will review these numerous possibilities, short of arbitration or mediation: compensatory damages, attorney fees, liquidated damages (involving fraud), rescission (the contract is canceled), reformation (altering the contract) and punitive damage.

Discuss Your Binding Agreement Terms With Bellaire Lawyer Brian Jensen

Speak with a lawyer who knows what impact a breached agreement can have on a business. Contact B. L. Jensen, L.P., to discuss the best way to hammer out a settlement to your breach of contract matter in a free consultation.