Frequently Asked Questions
If someone does not perform what you believe they agreed to perform in your contract with them, then they may have breached the contract and you may have legal grounds to pursue an action against them in court to either require them to perform as they have agreed or to require them to pay you monetary damages for their breach. Consult with one of our experienced attorneys today to see if you have a successful action for breach of contract, and be sure to talk to us before it is too late and the statute of limitations as set by North Carolina passes!
When you file a civil action in court in North Carolina, you can choose between requesting a bench trial in front of a judge or a jury trial in front of a jury. Consult with one of our experienced attorneys regarding whether a bench trial or a jury trial would be best for a favorable outcome for your case.
Sometimes an attorney can help you try to settle a civil case before pursuing legal action in court, by communicating with the opposing party by a demand letter to request that they comply with what you need them to do. One of our experienced attorneys will be able to advise you best regarding what your best options are for settling your civil case. Call us today to set up an appointment to fully discuss your options.