Fresno, CA Breach of Contract Attorneys

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  • Rocco DiCicco
  • Associate at Wanger Jones Helsley PC
  • Fresno, CA U.S.A.
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  • Daniel Stein
  • Shareholder at Baker Manock & Jensen, PC
  • Fresno, CA U.S.A.
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  • John Jay McCauley
  • Managing Partner at McCauley & Associates ALC
  • Fresno, CA U.S.A.
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Breach of Contract in Fresno, CA

A contract is a legally enforceable agreement between two parties. When you enter into a contract, you do it in good faith and expecting that the other party will meet its legal obligations. But if that fails to occur, you or your business may have grounds for a breach of contract lawsuit against the other party. If successful, you may be awarded damages, or compensation for your losses and expenses in connection with the breached contract. The court can also rescind the contract or order the party that breached the contract to fulfill its obligations. If you're party to a breached contract--whether you've been accused of a breach or are trying to compel the other side to perform its duties--you need to hire an attorney who has experience with personal, professional and/or commercial contractual disputes.