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Contract disputes can stem from unhappy customers

Running any type of company is not easy. There are company-related matters to address, employees to keep on track, customers to keep happy and much more. Unfortunately, not all customers and clients are happy with companies, and if they believe that a business has not fulfilled its side of a deal, contract disputes could arise.

Florida residents may be interested in a breach of contract claim that has turned into a class action lawsuit. According to reports, one man claims that an auto insurance company has breached the contract he had with the company by not providing him with the proper payout in accordance with his insurance policy. The man apparently was involved in a car accident that resulted in his vehicle being totaled, and he believes that the insurance company did not pay the full amount of his policy, in breach of the contract between them.

The lawsuit also makes claims that the company routinely underpays its insured customers and that numerous individuals have sustained losses due to the company not sticking to its side of the contracts. Because various people have allegedly been affected, the case has gained class action status. At the time of the report, the insurance company had not provided a comment regarding the pending litigation.

Facing claims and complaints from clients and customers can put businesses in difficult dilemmas. Florida businesses having to contend with contract disputes could have a lot on the line. Fortunately, they can do their best to defend against any claims made against them, and fully understanding their legal options may help them in that endeavor.

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