Failure to Meet Contractual Agreements
When one of the parties to a contract believes it has been defrauded or that the other party has not lived up to the contract, real estate and construction litigation can ensue. If one party to that contract is a large company with substantial assets, it can be a formidable opponent. And proven, experienced lawyers, such as those at GRG, are required to best meet the challenge.
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Gray, Ritter & Graham in St. Louis takes construction litigation disputes on a contingency basis. We handle real estate and construction litigation cases in Missouri, Illinois, Arkansas and the surrounding region. Below is an example of the types of construction cases we accept.
- A school district built a new gymnasium. When the roof leaked, the builder would not make the expensive and necessary repairs. Our law firm represented the school district in the breach of contract matter.
- Gray, Ritter & Graham represented a company that was induced to purchase certain coal mining properties through misrepresentation and the omission of material facts.
Contingency Arrangement Means No Hourly Fees
Any litigation is expensive, but the costs in litigation against a large corporation can be staggering. At GRG, our lawyers review cases carefully, find the necessary experts, and aggressively represent our clients in the courtroom. And we mitigate our clients' financial exposure through our typical contingency fee arrangement. We assume a portion of our clients' financial recovery. You owe no attorneys' fees until we obtain compensation for you, although you may be responsible for certain litigation expenses.
We back our clients in tough real estate and construction litigation.
In real estate and construction, breach of contract can mean the loss of millions of dollars. We help our clients in lawsuits that involve the failure to complete projects, misrepresentation of properties, and other failures to meet contractual obligations.
It costs nothing to call and ask us to review your real estate or construction case. Contact us as soon as possible.