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Business Torts &
A business tort occurs when someone wrongfully interferes with a business to gain a competitive advantage. A breach of contract arises when someone does not honor the terms of the parties’ agreement, including non-payment. Jesson & Rains represents clients in cases involving:
Jesson & Rains also represents businesses who have to sue, or are being sued, for negligence. Having an injury occur on your property or being involved in an accident can be a stressful time and hiring a competent and experienced attorney is key. If you are being sued for negligence due to a slip & fall, automobile accident, boating accident, construction accident, manufacturing defect, dog bite, negligent security or any other type of personal injury action, give the attorneys at Jesson & Rains a call. Kelly has tried numerous cases as a personal injury defense attorney, and Edward has years of experience representing construction companies and negotiating with insurance companies. If your insurance company is refusing to provide a defense, or if you have questions regarding your coverage, Jesson & Rains can help. Businesses are often considered easy targets for fraudulent claims, and Jesson & Rains will diligently investigate all cases to expose questionable claims.
In the event a case managed by Jesson & Rains is appealed, the firm can continue to provide representation at the appellate level. Kelly Rains Jesson has experience handling cases before appellate courts and is a former judicial law clerk at the appellate level. She is an exceptional brief writer. If another firm handled your case and you seek different appellate counsel, Jesson & Rains may be available to handle the appeal. Give us a call. We represent individuals in Charlotte, Concord, and Gastonia, as well as other communities in Mecklenburg, Iredell, Union, Cabarrus, and Lincoln counties.
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