Cleveland Contract Disputes Attorney

A contract most often states that one party will furnish products or services and the other will pay for them. Frequently the arrangement is an ongoing one. But, whether the contract is for a one-time deal or a longer relationship, the contract is essential to carrying on business for both parties.

Defective performance by one party, or failure of payment by the other may be grounds for a claim of contract breach. If payment is normally made to a vendor or supplier after goods or services have been delivered, then refusal to pay can constitute a breach. But that refusal to pay may be justified by failure of agreed upon terms such as:

  • Delayed delivery or performance
  • Defective goods
  • Breach of warranty
  • Poor workmanship or quality
  • Defective manufacture

In these circumstances a counterclaim may be in order; it documents your side of the story and brings your complaint to the attention of the other party. A counterclaim changes the bargaining position and levels the playing field.

Contract disputes are common and our firm has extensive experience defending breach of contract claims. We thoroughly investigate the circumstances, and discuss your goals and your options with you.

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At the Gregory R. Glick Co., we pride ourselves on being easy to reach via telephone, fax, or e-mail, whether you are a prospective client or a longtime satisfied client. During the initial consultation, we gather the facts, identify the issues, and advise you as to how we can resolve your legal matter.

Once the process has started, we are never more than a phone call or e-mail away from answering your questions and updating you regarding the progress of your case. You will receive regular status reports so you never feel disconnected from the services that we are providing.

For more information on contract disputes or to schedule an appointment, please contact a Cuyahoga County breach of contract lawyer at our firm today.