Breach of Contract Attorney
If you entered into a contract and the other party failed to meet his or her part of the agreement, you need a breach of contract attorney to protect your interests. The attorneys at The Law Office of George “Dave” Giddens, P.C. have a history of successful commercial litigation in Albuquerque, throughout New Mexico, and beyond.
What is Breach of Contract?
Understanding breach of contract is simple: when one party breaks a contract, or fails to live up to their promises within the contract, they are in breach. What’s important to remember is that you must prove you suffered damages as a result of the contract breach.
Why Do I Need an Attorney?
A breach of contract attorney understands commercial litigation and assists you in recovering the damages that are rightfully yours (or helps you avoid paying damages if you are accused of breaching a contract. The attorneys at Giddens Law take a hard-lined, analytical approach to your breach of contract case to determine the most viable course of action.
Our Business Litigation Cases
The attorneys at Giddens Law aggressively advocate for clients in commercial litigation cases, using our business savvy to achieve positive results. In addition to breach of contract cases, we handle a wide range of commercial litigation, such as real estate, acquisitions, loans, transactions, taxation and more.
Contact Giddens Law
You need an attorney with talent, expertise and integrity. Giddens Law is AV-rated by the lawyer-peer review service Martindale-Hubbell®, reflecting our commitment to ethics and our ability in handling all business matters. Set up a consultation with one of our breach of contract attorneys. Contact us today.
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