Denver Breach of Contract Lawyers
Breach of Contract Services for Colorado Workers
Suffering from a breach of contract or being accused of breach a contract? Let the contract law attorneys at Colorado Employee Advocates help. Our Denver breach of contract attorneys have the know-how and experience required to resolve matters that involve a breach of contract quickly and are passionate about providing only the best legal services for our clients.
Colorado Employee Advocates has had success in breach of contract-related cases involving contracts of almost every type and nature throughout the state of Colorado. If you or someone you care about believes you may have a breach of contract claim, contact us right away so we can review your case and help you take legal action.
What Is a Breach of Contract?
When any business contract is created, whether orally or on paper, it is considered legally binding. A “breach of contract” is when one of the parties involved in the contract fails to perform in a manner they promised to uphold.
Employment agreements or contracts create an employer/employee relationship. In Colorado, these contracts are governed by contract law, labor law, and employment law. Employees are free to enter into an employer/employee relationship that they choose and adhere to the terms and conditions that are outlined in the contract, as long as they are compliant with other laws.
In an event in which your contract is wrongfully breached (or you have been wrongfully accused of a breach), you are welcome to take legal action against your employer—and the law is on your side. Regardless, however, it often takes the assistance of a skilled breach of contract attorney to help you successfully win your claim. This is because employers are usually happy to hire attorneys of their own to protect their image and bottom line.
Determining Whether You Have a Claim
Under Colorado law, you must be able to prove the following elements to have a breach of contract claim:
- A contract between you and the at-fault party existed,
- One of the parties failed to uphold their end of the contract, and
- This breach resulted in damages to the plaintiff (a.k.a. you).
A plaintiff suing for breach of contract must be able to clearly demonstrate each of these elements in order to recover some sort of compensation or another form of recompense. Our legal team is available to work closely with you to review your contract, investigate your claims, and negotiate a fair resolution on your behalf. We are also willing to take your case to court if necessary.
Contact Colorado Employee Advocates for Trusted Legal Counsel
Proactive review of your employment contract and other policies is often the best way to protect yourself from any legal action against your company. With Colorado Employee Advocates on your side, you can trust that we will thoroughly assess your documents and take appropriate action if you have been accused of a breach or your employment contract was breached by your employer.
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