Breach of Contract
Contracts are used in all areas of life to define the relationship between parties and provide certainty in our dealings. When one party to a contract does not follow through with its side of the deal, however, the consequences to the other party can be great.
There is no question that big businesses have the advantage in our contractual dealings. When consumers purchase goods and services they are provided long complex documents which are difficult to understand and which they have no power to change. Such agreements are known as “contracts of adhesion” and often contain illegal or unfair terms. In addition, some businesses simply ignore certain terms and/or change their contracts without notice, unilaterally altering the deal after the fact. Consumers are often left helpless.
At Glancy Prongay & Murray our expert contract attorneys are ready, willing and able to help level the playing field. We will analyze the meaning of your agreement and whether your rights have been violated. We will also perform a damages analysis to determine the harm you have suffered and potential remedies. Whether your dispute is with a service provider such as a telephone or cable company, a bank or other financial institution, a retailer or car dealership, or some other entity, we are here to help.