The primary purpose of Florida’s civil court system is to adjudicate disputes over unfulfilled promises (a.k.a a breached contract). Whether you have been damaged by someone else’s breach, or if someone is wrongfully claiming that you damaged them, we may be able to help. 

If you entered into a contract with someone, whether for goods or services, and they fail to honor their end of the bargain, you may be entitled to damages. Generally, the terms of the contract will determine the remedies available. However, even if you do not have a written contract, you may still have a claim for damages if you have been injured in some way by someone else’s conduct.

On the other hand, if you have been served with a civil lawsuit, you will only have a limited amount of time to respond. If you do not respond timely, you may be subject to a default and final judgment. Once a judgment has been entered, you may be subject to wage garnishment, bank account garnishment, and other collections. Don’t allow that to happen! Contact an attorney immediately so that you can discuss your options.

At the Law Office of Tristan Wolbers, we have helped clients pursue responsible parties for civil damages, and have also helped defend others against whom a lawsuit has been filed. Contact our office to see how we can help you!