Not all injuries are physical. In fact, the most common basis for civil litigation is something we are all familiar with, i.e. broken promises. In the eyes of the law, there are any number of claims that can be made between businesses or between businesses and individuals, but more often than not, the term used is “breach of contract.” Simply put, “breach of contract” is a failure of one party to keep its promise – whether oral or written – to another party. We handle these disputes on a daily basis.
Depth of experience makes a critical difference in business litigation. Our experienced trial attorneys focus solely on business litigation, covering all aspects of business and commercial disputes.
Given the personal and professional backgrounds of the attorneys at Petersen & Petersen, we are well-suited to navigate the complexities of business litigation. In the course of our practice, we’ve come to represent sole proprietors and small and mid-sized businesses in a wide variety of industries. As business owners ourselves, we understand the challenges that can be caused when a vendor fails to deliver, a customer fails to pay or a contractor’s negligence causes damage to your property, your employees, your clientele or your reputation.
We pride ourselves on lasting relationships with our clients, individual and corporate. Given the opportunity, we seek to become part of your team. When it comes business decisions, we work to assist our clients in making sound business decisions. Of course, we also understand that disputes cannot always be avoided; we are here to help by thoughtfully assessing the situation, fixing what can be fixed and seeking a remedy for what cannot.
We look forward to putting our experience to work for you.