Chattanooga Contract Dispute Lawyer
Answers from a Business Law Attorney
It is common in business matters that contracts are required to make sure
work gets done, an agreement is legally recognized, and trust is achieved
between two collaborating parties. However, conflict can occur, even after
contracts have been agreed upon. Parties can act contrary to agreed terms,
find damaging loopholes, or disagree on an interpretation of contract
language. Not only can these disputes happen between businesses and their
employees or contractors, but also other businesses and even customers.
When these disputes occur, it's important that a business takes every
possible step to resolve them quickly and efficiently. Contract disputes
can often damage morale, hurt productivity, and even blemish a business'
reputation. At Jackson Law Firm, PLLC, our
Chattanooga business law attorney has helped countless businesses and individuals resolve their contract
issues and put costly, frustrating disputes behind them.
Common Kinds of Contract Disputes
Contracts are essential for many businesses practices and transactions
across nearly every industry. This has even become more apparent with
rise of online businesses and user agreements.
The most common contract disputes involve:
- Membership and service contracts
- Construction and home improvement contracts
- Business contracts
- Misrepresentation claims
In Tennessee, a majority of contracts require written documentation, but
sometimes verbal contracts can be enforced in civil court. These cases
are usually viable when there has been a purchasing of goods or services,
such as automotive repair.
Call Us Today to Resolve Your Dispute
In the case of contract disputes, swift legal action is always recommended.
Many times, these disputes can fester, escalate, and compound the charges
and claims before any of the facts reach a courtroom. Our Chattanooga
business law lawyers pride themselves on meticulous attention to detail
and have the experienced eye and resources to make sure contract terms
are properly and indisputably presented before a judge.
Don't let your contract dispute spin out of your control.
Contact our firm to speak to a dedicated Chattanooga contract lawyer today!