We Can Help Make You Whole After A Contract Violation

When a contract is created, the expectation is that all parties will uphold their obligations. When one party breaks the legal agreement, it can lead to major losses and cause other damage to a business or individual if not addressed immediately. In these situations, the harmed party can sue to attempt to enforce the promise or be paid for the resulting damage if the law allows.

At the Law Office of David A. Wijewickrama in Waynesville, we understand how costly a breach of contract matter can be. We appreciate your crisis and sense of urgency and will move quickly to advise you on how you might reduce the damage caused by a broken promise and guide you through a helpful strategy that will get you back on your feet. With more than a decade of experience, we have a strong reputation for providing effective and efficient legal representation in breach of contract matters.

What makes us different? We care about you and your case. Through timely communication, personal attention and knowledge acquired over more than a decade, we aggressively pursue effective resolutions in an efficient manner.

What Are The Remedies For Breach Of Contract?

There are several ways to address the breach of a contract. The details of your specific situation will help determine what makes the most sense in your case. Possible remedies for breach of contract are:

  • Damages: Damages may involve financial compensation or another form of payment. You may seek damages to help you return to the financial standing you enjoyed before the breach of contract. You may also seek punitive damages in some situations.
  • Cancellation and restitution: This solution involves canceling the contract altogether and seeking compensation to be made whole.
  • Specific performance: If seeking damages would not fully remedy the situation, you may seek a court order that forces the noncomplying party to comply with the terms of the contract.

Attorney David A. Wijewickrama is prepared to fight for a solution that best meets your needs. He will explain the pros and cons of each possible option, so you have the information you need to make the right decision. If a fair agreement is not being reached through negotiations, he will aggressively pursue a favorable outcome at trial.

Move Quickly To Protect Your Rights

Details are the most important when looking at contract cases. Details, dates and independent facts are very important. It is crucial to collect facts, preserve evidence and move fast to protect your rights.

Our firm has represented small businesses, international corporations, individuals and national chains in matters involving employment contracts and warranty contract issues involving homes and commercial properties. We have also handled construction and engineering problems involving contracts as well as Lemon Law and service contracts. You can rest assured that we are well-equipped to represent your best interests.

Schedule An Initial Consultation To Get Started

In an initial consultation, we will learn more about your case and begin determining how to resolve it. Call us at 828-452-5801 or send us an email to arrange a time to meet with our lawyer.