Resolving a Vendor Dispute

Resolving a Vendor Dispute

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Many businesses rely on vendors to succeed. Vendors might deliver produce to a restaurant, building materials to a construction site, or provide maintenance and cleaning services to a commercial building. No matter what type of vendors you work with, it can cause serious disruptions and possible losses if your vendor fails to fulfill their obligations as agreed. Vendors might deliver late, deliver the wrong items, only partially fulfill an order, or otherwise not provide your company with the goods and services it needs. This, in turn, can prevent you from fulfilling your promises to clients and customers, which can be costly - both financially and to your reputation. It is important to resolve vendor disputes right away and ensure you minimize your losses. Our Boca Raton contract dispute attorneys can…
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Were You the Victim of Insurance Bad Faith?

Were You the Victim of Insurance Bad Faith?

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Many Florida residents are all-too-familiar with insurance claims, whether they are for property damage from hurricanes, personal injury protection (PIP) claims after a car crash, or others. The insurance process can be a hassle, but claimants can often ultimately receive their settlement payments with the right legal help. Sometimes, however, insurance companies refuse to pay out on valid claims or cause completely unnecessary delays or complications for claimants. This can constitute insurance bad faith, which is unlawful in Florida. If you believe you might be the victim of insurance bad faith, you should speak with an insurance disputes lawyer in Boca Raton as soon as possible. Claims for Bad Faith There are different situations that can lead to bad faith claims, including: The insurance company failed to sufficiently investigate your…
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Is Arbitration Right for Your Case?

Is Arbitration Right for Your Case?

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When disputes arise between parties to a contract, business partners, or other parties, there are different ways to resolve them. Sometimes, informal negotiations or communications between attorneys is enough to reach an agreement with arbitration. In other situations, the matter might escalate to litigation, which can be costly for everyone involved. Resolving disputes as efficiently as possible should be a priority, and this is why alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is a commonly-used option. One form of ADR that is common in business disputes is called arbitration. What is Arbitration? Arbitration is often compared to trial in court, though it is a less formal and drawn-out process. Both sides (through their attorneys) present their arguments before one or three arbitrators, and they make the decision on how to resolve the issue.…
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