Does a breach of contract have to result in litigation or are there other proven strategies which could resolve the matter in a timely and cost-effective manner? Breach of contract cases are quite serious and each party has the potential for exposure and financial loss. Most San Diego breach of contract cases managed by the Watkins Firm are resolved through constructive and leveraged negotiation. Mediation and arbitration may also prove to be more cost-efficient and timely alternative to litigation in a court of law.
Each party in a San Diego breach of contract case has specific responsibilities. If you are the party who has held up their end of the bargain and will suffer as a result of the contract breach there are specific steps and actions you must take to mitigate the damages in order to protect your legal right to recover financially for any resulting losses. Defending a breach of contract case involves efforts to resolve the reason for the breach, or to renegotiate a “work-around” or modification to the original agreement to provide the time or necessary accommodations to deliver on the benefit of the bargain expected by the parties in the original agreement.
The Watkins Firm has represented parties in San Diego breach of contract cases for decades. We take a unique approach which is specifically designed to resolve these cases quickly and cost-effectively. We quickly and accurately assess the potential damages associated with the breach and these serve as the leverage needed to gain the attention of the other party and drive them to the negotiating table to settle the matter. We represent our clients in any associated mediation or arbitration to protect their interests and maximize the opportunity for a successful outcome. If necessary we are successful trial attorneys who will take your case before the court and aggressively advocate for your interests.
Does a breach of contract have to result in litigation in San Diego? Not necessarily, but each case is fact-driven and unique. We invite you to contact the Watkins Firm or call 858-535-1511 for a free consultation.