Resolute Florida Litigator Fights for Your Business
Tenacious attorney provides strong representation for business owners in the Fort Lauderdale area
Businesses can be vulnerable to all sorts of claims from people or organizations looking to advance their own interests. If your company is being sued or you need to hold another party accountable for a breach, aligning yourself with an assertive and highly regarded law firm shows that you will not be bullied into submission. At Gimble Law, P.A., I assist business owners and corporate boards in the Fort Lauderdale area and throughout Florida in civil trials in Florida and federal courts as well as in alternative dispute resolution. My firm provides skilled advocacy in a wide range of cases, tackling conflicts with confidence.
Assertive Florida lawyer handles breach of contract cases
When a party to a contract fails to perform, that party damages the other business. This damage often goes beyond the immediate inconvenience of getting less than promised by the contract. The breach can also cost you future profits if you are unable to serve your customers as a result. There are a variety of remedies that provide either monetary damages or equitable relief, such as:
- Compensatory damages — Reimbursement for immediate monetary loss
- Consequential and incidental damages — Compensation for additional foreseeable losses caused by the breach
- Attorney fees and costs — Amounts available only if the contract expressly states they are recoverable
- Liquidated damages — Amounts specified in the contract that are payable for particular breaches, such as late or substandard performance
- Specific performance — Court order requiring the breaching party to fulfill the terms of the contract
- Punitive damages — Penalty for a party’s objectionable behavior, meant to punish the breaching party and discourage other parties from acting in a similar manner
- Rescission — Cancellation of the contract, with both sides excused from further performance and payments made under the contract returned
- Reformation — Change in the terms of the contract when the court believes there was an honest misunderstanding by the parties about what was to be performed
At Gimble Law, P.A., I am committed to helping business owners achieve the best legal remedy for breach of contract cases, whether they are the plaintiffs or defendants.
Determined attorney negotiates from a position of strength
Resolving a business dispute outside of court saves companies both time and money. I will press to have frivolous claims dropped or dismissed and work strategically to negotiate favorable settlements at the bargaining table. I understand the advantages of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), including mediation and arbitration. As a skilled negotiator, I can help clients get their businesses back on track while avoiding the expense of litigation.
Strong litigator fights for your rights in court
When finding common ground with the other party is not an option, you can count on me to build a strong case and argue skillfully before a judge. The potential legal actions may include complaints from employees, customers, other businesses or the government related to:
- Business torts
- Products liability
- Professional liability
- Partnership and shareholder disputes
- Banking and creditor issues, including lender liability
- Intellectual property, including copyright and trademark infringement
- Antitrust, unfair practices and trade regulation violations
- Breach of warranty
- Construction law
- Environmental law
- Real estate
- Toxic tort
For issues such as these, I provide your business with knowledgeable advice and strong advocacy from start to finish.
Contact an aggressive Florida business litigator today
If your business has been damaged by someone else’s conduct, taking prompt action is crucial. Delaying the exercise of your rights could mean losing them, while recovering damages could mean the difference between profitability and insolvency. Call Gimble Law, P.A. at (954) 351-7474 or contact Gimble Law online to schedule a consultation at Gimble Law’s main office in downtown Fort Lauderdale office.