The first day of school is upon us, and many students in Nevada and nationwide will be going to schools that underwent construction over the summer holiday. Sometimes this involved updating old facilities, adding on an addition to an existing building or constructing a whole new facility entirely. Unfortunately, one Nevada company involved in a school construction project is facing a lawsuit alleging breach of contract.
A Nevada company is facing litigation, after being accused of breach of contract. Fast Wrap Reno One LLC, a Nevada company, is being sued in San Francisco County Superior Court upon allegations that it did not perform the labor and services it agreed to per its contract with Alten Construction Inc., the plaintiff in this case.
The lawsuit claims that the plaintiff suffered monetary damages due to work that was unfinished on a project involving a high school in California. According to the lawsuit, Fast Wrap Reno One, LLC, did not properly design, develop or manufacture the construction of the project. The plaintiff is seeking damages along with attorney fees and any other relief the court finds is fair.
It remains to be seen what the outcome of this case will be. What is certain is that the Nevada company at issue will likely need the assistance of an attorney. Business law attorneys have the knowledge to determine whether their clients have breached a contract, and can represent their clients throughout the litigation process. Whether a resolution is reached out-of-court, or whether the case must go to trial, these professionals can ensure their client’s rights are protected every step of the way. In this manner, oftentimes a result can be reached that is agreeable to all involved.
Source: NorthernCaliforniaRecord, “Construction company alleges Nevada business breached contract,” Wadi Reformado, Aug. 8, 2017