Detroit Breach of Contract Lawyers
If any person should understand the value and importance of a contract, it is a legal professional. Yet even lawyers can knowingly or unknowingly violate the contracts into which they enter. A breach of contract can include a failure or violation of services that are promised. Breach of contract cases can include a break in both verbal and written contracts without a legal reason for breaking the contract.
In cases of legal malpractice, it is understandably challenging to trust an attorney after having been misled by another lawyer. It is important to select an attorney with a reputation for trustworthiness and a depth of experience. If you feel that your former attorney has violated their contract, it is important to hold them responsible for their actions and the harm that they may have caused you. Please contact the Detroit breach of contract lawyers at Ravid & Associates, P.C., by calling (866) 644-6587.
Common Contract Breaches
When you agree to pay a lawyer for their services, you expect that they will work with you to meet your legal needs. Whether your contract was a verbal or written one, it is important that your former lawyer is held responsible for the failure to provide the services that they had agreed to supply. A breach of contract can arise in a number of different situations. The following are representative of possible breaches of contract:
- Failure to complete a job or case
- Refusal to complete part of a contract
- Making it impossible for a client to complete something intended by their contract
It is reasonable to expect that an attorney will be able to render the services that you agree to pay for and that they agree to provide. If you feel that your former lawyer has violated a verbal or written contract, please contact the Detroit breach of contract lawyers at Ravid & Associates, P.C., by calling (866) 644-6587.