Breach Of Contract

Texas Breach of Contract Attorneys

Breach of Contract Trial Results

Sometimes working out a contract disagreement just doesn't work out. When that happens, it's important to have an experienced business litigation attorney on your side, protecting your rights and advocating in your best interest.

The San Antonio law firm of Brock Person Guerra Reyna, P.C. has more than 64 years of experience helping businesses resolve contract disputes through negotiation, mediation, and litigation. Please contact a breach of contract attorney at our firm today to discuss your concerns.

Over the years, our lawyers have represented large corporations and small business in purely commercial disputes, normally breach of contract actions and the subcategory of claims normally associated with them including fraud, breach of warranty, and negligent misrepresentation.

$699,000,000 Verdict

We have the knowledge and resources to handle large, complex matters and get impressive results. For example, our firm served as trial counsel for the lead plaintiffs (Gulsby Engineering and National American Insurance Company) in a complicated breach of contract and fraud trial involving the construction of a series of gas processing plants in Louisiana. Our firm helped obtain verdicts totaling $699,000,000 for the plaintiffs, the second largest verdict in the country during 2006.

Gulf Liquids breached their contract by refusing to pay Gulsby Engineering for the construction of the processing plants. Gulsby Engineering was forced out of business. Their surety company, National American Insurance Company, paid tens of millions to contractors and sub contractors. Our attorneys worked to ensure that they received justice.

To learn more about the Gulsby case and other successes, please visit our breach of contract trials page. To discuss your breach of contract case, please do not hesitate to contact Brock Person Guerra Reyna today.

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