Surety Bond And Fidelity Bond Disputes
Fidelity and surety bonds are often required by local and state law. Other businesses rely on them to manage risk. When disputes arise surrounding these bonds, great amounts of money are often at stake. At Leritz & Plunkert, PC, in St. Louis, we defend sureties and principals throughout Missouri and Illinois during surety and fidelity disputes.
Defense Against Breach Of Contract Claims
Surety bonds are often used during construction projects to secure the rights of the parties. Unfortunately, construction projects rarely go smoothly. Disputes regarding breach of contract and breach of warranty often arise. It is important to consult with experienced attorneys who understand the complexities of these policies and each party’s rights and responsibilities.
At Leritz & Plunkert, PC, our commercial litigation attorneys have a reputation for being firm, effective litigators. Over the years, we have achieved a track record of success in state and federal courts. Our lawyers approach every case from a position of strength. We are ready for trial, and we fight for our clients’ rights through arbitration, mediation and litigation.
Over the years, we have successfully defended sureties and principals against a wide range of breach claims, including:
- Contract bonds during construction projects, including bid bonds, performance bonds, payment bonds (used where mechanic’s liens are not available) and maintenance bonds
- Commercial bonds, including court bonds, public official bonds, and license and permit bonds
- Fidelity bonds protect businesses against loss from fraud or the wrongful acts of their employees, such as theft or embezzlement.
Government contracts often require surety bonds on all construction work. Government construction projects are often large economic undertakings. If a breach is alleged, money and corporate goodwill are at stake. Defend against claims of breach. Contact Leritz & Plunkert, PC. Call 314-269-0135 or 800-383-1418 to schedule a consultation with one of our surety bond attorneys.