Nelson Law Roundup: 7 useful blog posts about breach of contract and civil litigation
Civil Litigation is the broad category of cases that involve disputes between two or more parties that arise because a party believes they have experienced some form of injustice or have been injured as a result of the other party’s negligence.
These cases are often referred to as:
Breach of Contract – one party breaks a promise to another
Commercial Litigation – disputes between businesses, and
Personal Injury – a person is injured by another party’s actions
If you need to take legal action against someone else or have been sued, you need a lawyer in your corner who can offer you an honest assessment that will help you make the best choices for your case. In the meantime, we’re proud to say our library of blog posts on all these topics and more are not only as comprehensive as it gets but also breaks all of them down into bite-size pieces everyone can understand.
Below is a roundup of 7 of our more noteworthy blog posts about breach of contract and civil litigation:
A breach of contract usually occurs when one of the two parties fails to perform an obligation in a timely manner. In the end, the breach will depend on the nature of the contract entirely. There are two categories that the breach of contract falls into – immaterial or material. This categorization will then decide what the appropriate legal approach should be.
Intentionally or unintentionally breaching a contract is never a good thing and can lead to you being sued or having to pay monetary damages to the offended party. But the law is not one-sided. There is a myriad of examples, whether it be in business law or family law, where a defendant in a breach-of-contract case has a legitimate defense for what happened.
You can almost always have a lawsuit filed against you, and when and if that day comes, it’s important to have an experienced lawyer in your corner to help determine if the other side has a valid claim and what the next steps should be. In the meantime, there are a few easy ways to avoid being sued, or at least limit the possibility of it happening.
Being a victim of a hit and run accident can be a traumatic and frustrating experience. Mishaps like these, apart from injuring you, also leave you feeling confused and angry. So, instead of finding yourself confused and helpless in such a situation, here are a few tips on what to do when you are involved in a hit and run accident.
Claiming a personal injury can prove to be very tricky when you have been injured at work. Before making a claim, understand that workers are not only entitled to a workers’ compensation. There are exceptions to this rule where personal injury claims apply. To know where you fall, keep reading this blog post.
This blog post is great for those clients who are the victim in a potential personal injury claim and want to make sure they have chosen the right attorney for their case. Before you proceed, you may want to ask about the following.
When you apply for a personal injury claim, the evaluation of the claim depends on two factors. The first is the experience and evaluation of the situation by your PI attorney, and the second is the way insurance companies evaluate claims using computer programs. The initial step in the process of personal injury evaluation is getting the facts and detailed description of the incident from the victim. An injury claim is often a lengthy process; the attorney must evaluate the client’s case to check if its good fit for the firm.
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