Business and Real Estate Litigation

Subcontractors, vendors, employees, or companies can be held liable for monetary damages that result from a breach of contact. Typically, an injured party can sue to recover any losses that occurred as a result of the non-performance of a valid contract; however, when the actions of a vendor or company are particularly egregious, punitive damages may be attached as well.

At The law offices of Benckendorf & Benckendorf, P.C., our attorneys represent businesses, employers, and employees in business litigation involving harm suffered as the result of a breach of contract. When necessary, we employ investigative resources to uncover additional information and collect evidence in support of our client's case. In order to accurately quantify the economic harm suffered, we consult economists who calculate the cost of business interruptions, halted manufacturing lines, unshipped inventory, and incomplete construction projects.

We have the experience and resources needed to leverage our clients' cases at the negotiating table and in the courtroom. To schedule an appointment and discuss your case, contact commercial business litigation attorneys at Benckendorf & Benckendorf, P.C., today.

Business Disputes and Business Litigation

The law offices of Benckendorf & Benckendorf, P.C., represents clients in regard to the following business litigation issues:

  • Breach of contract
  • Failure to perform vendor-related services
  • Interruption of construction
  • Failure to follow design plans
  • Construction defects
  • Non-compete agreements
  • Confidentiality agreements
  • Failure to deliver goods or services on time

Real Estate Litigation

Homeowners who experience problems with mold, water seepage, sewage drainage, or other serious issues may be able to recover damages if the problem is due to poor construction or defects in the home itself. Our attorneys represent homeowners and real estate developers in litigation involving faulty and defective construction.

Additionally, home sellers are required to disclose the physical condition of a home before its sale. Knowledge of environmental contamination, water damage, or other problems must be communicated to the potential homebuyer. If your dream home has turned into a nightmare because you face thousands of dollars in repairs due to problems that were not disclosed before the purchase of your home, we can initiate litigation on your behalf.

Contact Commercial Business Litigation Attorneys Today

While we are prepared to enter into negotiation on behalf of our client, we prepare each case for trial. Get the attention of a vendor, construction company, or home seller who refuses to listen anymore – contact commercial litigation lawyers at The law offices of Benckendorf & Benckendorf, P.C., today.