As a business owner himself, Mr. Carter is keenly aware of the complexities of running a business. Not all businesses run smoothly. Occasionally there can develop disputes between owner's and customers, business and other providers, contractors, associates on promises not kept, or contracts intentionally breached. We have successfully handled numerous business disputes throughout the State for clients, recovered on their behalf, and enforced their rights.
Whether your business is a large corporation or a sole proprietorship, our firm can assess and help you resolve your legal problems in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
Contractual disagreements are common in almost every industry. The underlying principles of contract law may apply in each situation; however the contract must be examined individually to ensure that you are making an informed decision about any potential legal action based on the facts and circumstances of your particular case.
Even if you think your business is not involved in a contractual situation, or it hasn’t fully developed to an all-out dispute, it is important to speak to an attorney to know your rights, plan ahead and, where possible avoid the dispute altogether. Many business owners may be surprised to learn that not every contract must be in writing and signed by both parties to be enforceable. Therefore, if you are unsure of your legal options, it is in your business’ best interest to contact an experienced attorney before you act.
A Solution that Fits Your Bottom Line
Small or new businesses, and individuals alike, may not have the resources to fund prolonged litigation. This is why in some instances, we take business cases on a contingency basis, meaning that you do not pay us attorney’s fees unless we recover money on your behalf. Or, a blended contingency with a small retainer paid up front, to be billed against at a reduced hourly rate and credited against a lower contingency fee at the end of the litigation, if successful. Call us if you believe that this makes the most sense for you.
Other times, hourly work is the most efficient way for you or your business to address its legal situation. In an hourly arrangement, you pay us in proportion to the time we spend on your case. We are also available on a monthly or quarterly retainer basis, if that is the best option for your needs.
Serving Large and Small Businesses Across Alabama
Most of the business we represent are small or family-run companies. Whether you are facing a routine contract dispute, a multi-million dollar arbitration hearing, or an important settlement negotiation, we can help.
To discuss your matter in more detail and your company's rights and obligations, please contact Mr. Carter.
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