Significant Economic Harm
Insurance Bad Faith
As a policyholder, your insurance company owes you the peace of mind that they will come through for you when you need the insurance policy to perform what is expressed in writing. That contractual obligation applies to both parties, and should not be considered optional should the insurance company feel it can wield its considerable power over an individual.
It’s easy and understandable for a person to feel they are fighting an uphill battle trying to make a massive business entity do what is right. But if you come prepared with the right legal representation, the playing field can be leveled. Roger Davidheiser can help you with your bad faith insurance case, request a no obligation consultation.
Commercial Breach of Contract
There is always a real possibility that any business arrangement between two parties can lead to strong disagreements. Sometimes these differences can be managed and worked out with relative ease. Unfortunately, sometimes there is an overt act that violates a contractual agreement, and the other party simply won’t budge.
Whether you have entered a contractual agreement with an individual or a corporate entity, if they are not owning up to their end of the bargain, you will need an experienced litigator in your corner.
Some of the potential breach of contract issues we can help resolve include:
- Transactional disputes
- Aviation contracts
- Business agreements
- Employment disputes
- Fraud and misrepresentation
If you have an agreement with a person, business, or some other entity, and they fail to honor a contract that results in significant economic loss or hardship, you deserve an attorney that has the skill set needed for commercial contract litigation. These disputes are often complex and require someone who understands the nuances of contract law and can use that expertise to represent you and your financial interests.
Roger Davidheiser has built a successful legal career by putting his clients’ interests first. He does so by listening to his clients and understanding their needs and unique circumstances. If you have experienced a significant economic hardship at the hands of another party, Roger will work steadfastly to ensure that your voice will be heard and that the terms of the contract you have entered into will be upheld.
A Former Client:
- June 24, 2016, Las Vegas, NV
Roger Davidheiser obtained a $2 million award from a Clark County Nevada jury on behalf of a woman run over in a road rage incident in a Target parking lot in Las Vegas. Jean Kohl suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI), spine and ankle injuries when she was run over by a pickup truck owned by a local business, Dakem and Associates, driven by its employee, Edward Reed. At trial the defense argued that Mr. Reed was justified and acting in self-defense, and that Ms. Kohl and her boyfriend were at fault and caused Ms. Kohl’s injuries because they decided to get out of their car and continue the confrontation. The jury rejected these arguments and found Mr. Reed at fault, the cause of Ms. Kohl’s injuries, and responsible for her damages. The jury found Dakem liable for the conduct of its employee, Mr. Reed. The jury awarded $522,086 in past and future medical costs and $1.5 million in past and future pain and suffering. Additionally, the jury found that punitive damages were warranted. Just before the start of the punitive damages phase of the trial, the case settled for a confidential amount.