Alabama Business Attorneys
Building a successful business can take years, or even a lifetime, to achieve. When legal problems arise for business owners, they can be incredibly costly, and can even put the company itself at risk.
At Jinks, Crow & Dickson, our business attorneys have over 40 years of experience helping people from all over the state of Alabama, and we work tirelessly to help our clients achieve their business goals. Whether your business is a large corporation or a sole proprietorship, our business lawyers can assess and help you resolve your legal problems in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Contact us today.
Helping Business Owners Succeed
According to Business Insider, a recent survey showed that 77% of small business owners said that they would rather learn from failure than never have tried. Many Alabama business owners feel the same way that success is earned through experience.
At Jinks, Crow & Dickson, our business attorneys have the knowledge to guide you through the legal processes involved in addressing a potential or actual business lawsuit, no matter the issue and no matter your business’s size. Our goal is to help you position your business to succeed, whether in the context of a relatively small legal disagreement, or complex and large-scale litigation.
We Understand Contractual Disputes
We litigate contractual disputes. These types of disagreements are common in almost any industry. Even though the same underlying principles may apply, each contract must be examined individually to ensure that you are making an informed decision about any potential legal action based on your particular circumstances.
Even if you do not think that you are involved in a contractual dispute, it is important to speak to a business lawyer. Many business owners may be surprised to learn that not every contract must be in writing and signed by both parties to be enforceable. Therefore, if you are unsure of your legal options, it is in your business’s best interest to contact an experienced contract attorney before you act.
A Solution that Fits Your Bottom Line
Small or new businesses may not have the resources to fund prolonged litigation. This is why in some instances, our business attorneys will take business cases on a contingent fee basis, meaning that you do not pay us attorney’s fees unless we recover money on your behalf. Contact us today if you believe that this makes the most sense for you.
Other times, hourly work is the most efficient way for a business to address its legal situation. In an hourly arrangement, you pay us for the time we spend on your case. We are also available on a retainer basis if that is the best option for your particular litigation needs. We also can provide any number of hybrid or alternative fee arrangements. Please call us to discuss.
Serving Large and Small Businesses Across Alabama
Many of the businesses we represent are small or family-run companies. However, over the 30 years Jinks, Crow & Dickson has been serving Alabama residents, we have helped numerous large corporations find effective solutions to their problems.
Whether you are facing a routine contract dispute, a multi-million dollar arbitration hearing, or an important settlement negotiation, the business attorneys at Jinks, Crow & Dickson can help. Contact us today for a free consultation.