Contractual Disputes Solicitor
Breach of contract claims
If you have suffered at the hands of a contractor or supplier who has failed to complete their side of the bargain, then Nicholson Gordon Law can pursue a claim for breach of contract on your behalf. John Gordon at Nicholson Gordon Law specialises in all areas of contract law. If you are being pursued for payment where you believe you are not liable, again we will be able to review all of the available evidence to identify quickly your legal position. It is vital to act fast before matters escalate.
Expert contract solicitors
In appropriate cases I can act on a no win no fee basis, or by use of other funding arrangements to limit your financial exposure, for instance with contingency fees or insurance backed funding.
Learn more about the representation I offer by contacting us online or ring 01664 431 300 to arrange your initial consultation.
We have successfully represented numerous clients in claims relating to breaches of the Sale of Goods Act and Supply of Goods and Services Act.
Mr H of Wymeswold, Leicestershire had purchased a number of cases of expensive wine as an investment from a large wine investment business in Greenwich, London. Our client had significant concerns that his investment had not purchased physical cases of wine. We pursued a claim for him for breach of contract and to establish title of ownership of all of his wine. We obtained a transfer of all of the wine to an external warehouse and payment in full of our client's legal costs.
We represented Miss D in a successful claim against a major bank relating to arguments raised by the bank that the client had not been entitled to make a claim under an unemployment insurance policy. .
Miss F pursued a claim for damages relating to a defective car purchased by her. The claim was compromised by the return of the vehicle to the garage, and payment of damages. .
We were instructed by Mr S relating to a claim concerning herbal supplements, the argument being that the supplements were ineffective. The claim was compromised by payment of damages.