281-486-6900 800-922-9775
17225 El Camino Real, Suite 444, Houston, TX 77058

 Commercial Litigation Attorneys in Houston

The Camberg Law Firm handles all types of lawsuits for the plaintiff or defendant in business disputes. The types of disputes usually involve claims arising out of:

  • Breach of Contract
  • Fraud and Misrepresentation
  • Breach of Fiduciary Duty
  • Deceptive Trade Practices
  • Bad Faith Insurance Practices

If you have any questions about business litigation, contact The Camberg Law Firm.

Breach of Contract

A contract is a legally enforceable agreement between two parties. It is, in essence, a promise or list of promises made by two or more parties. A Breach of Contract occurs when one of the parties breaks the contract by failing to uphold the agreed upon conditions. A broken contract may occur when:

  • One party does not perform as he or she promised
  • One party makes it clear he or she has no intention to fulfill their end of the contract
  • One party does something to prohibit the other from performing the duties he or she promised

Possible damages can include:

  • Compensatory Damages
  • Consequential Damages
  • Liquidated Damages
  • Punitive Damages
  • Nominal Damages


Other possible remedies include:

  • Specific Performance
  • Rescission

Each state has a statute of limitations in which a breach of contract law suit may be filed. And contract law can be complicated, as each state requires different procedures and deadlines for filing. Our Firm is well-versed in Breach of Contract litigation and will fight to win the compensation you deserve.

Fraud and Misrepresentation

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Fraud and misrepresentation can be perpetrated by individuals, corporations, organizations, businesses or any other entity that seeks to profit by dishonest acts at your expense. You may have found yourself becoming the subject of fraud or misrepresentation if you interacted with a company or other entity who:

  • Lied about their credentials
  • Misrepresented or exaggerated their experience or qualifications
  • Made false promises
  • Concealed relevant information
  • Represents themselves dishonestly in any way


The Camberg Law Firm will aggressively pursue individuals, corporations and businesses who seek to profit by dishonest acts. This dishonest conduct should be discouraged whenever possible, and you can protect yourself and other consumers by calling out these businesses and organizations and exposing the fraud and misrepresentation that is dangerous to consumers and legitimate businesses. Our firm has a proven track record with misrepresentation cases and other types of litigation.

If you have been the victim of fraud or misrepresentation or have a business dispute, we will fight for you to achieve the compensation you deserve. Contact us today to discuss your potential fraud case with one of our skilled fraud misrepresentation lawyers for free.

Deceptive Trade Practices

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Anyone can fall prey to the unfair and deceptive trade practices of unethical businesses. You may have become the victim of these illegal tactics against innocent consumers if the company you were doing business with:

  • Falsely advertised products, property or services
  • Sold you a product, property or services under false pretenses
  • Used aggressive or abusive tactics during your transaction
  • Engaged in unfair or unethical practices to extort or manipulate you
  • Provided you with exaggerated or selectively inclusive information about the product, property or service they were selling.


If you have been subjected to a company using deceptive trade practices, it is time to let your voice be heard; speak out against the abuse and protect yourself and other customers from predatory companies.

The Camberg Law Firm has experts in prosecuting trade practice litigation. Please contact us immediately if you suspect that a company has engaged in deceptive trade practices that have hurt you financially. You may have a case that will entitle you to seek damages in court.

Bad Faith Insurance Practices

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Individuals and corporations who pay into insurance policies in good faith deserve good insurance coverage, but they don’t always get it. Thankfully, the state of Texas has laws to protect those who have been wronged by an insurance company’s poor policy management, bad faith, slow paying of claims, or refusal to pay for eligible claims.

The laws in Texas recognize that insurance companies have a duty to policyholders to provide the coverage promised when the covered property is damaged. When insurance companies fail to provide the good faith coverage that policy holders are depending on, it is time to hold them accountable in court. The Camberg Law Firm has attorneys who are experts in the field of bad faith insurance.

Although the insurance company’s failure has likely caused you financial and mental stress, the good news is that there are legal channels through which you can make your case and get what is due to you as a responsible policy holder. Some bad faith insurance cases not only require the insurance company to pay what is due on the policy, but to pay additional funds to compensate for the failure.

Think you have a case against an insurance company? Contact our bad faith insurance lawyers at The Camberg Law Firm today!

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The Camberg Law Firm, P.C. has represented clients in Personal Injury, Business Litigation and Probate/Guardianship cases throughout the state of Texas for over 20 years. Our firm was founded upon the belief that legal representation should be both personal and aggressive. Our seasoned team of legal, medical and engineering professionals is dedicated to providing quality representation to all clients in all cases. We have obtained millions of dollars in settlements on behalf of our clients.

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The Camberg Law Firm, P.C. 281-486-6900 800-922-9775 roy@camberglawfirm.com
17225 El Camino Real, Suite 444
Houston, TX 77058

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