Committed Advocacy For Injury Victims And Small Businesses

Experienced Trial Attorney For Individuals And Business Owners

When you are in a business-related dispute and seeking the court’s intervention to straighten out the matter, you have a limited time to file a complaint otherwise you risk losing your right to do so. Depending on the nature of your contract, Indiana’s statute of limitations ranges from up to two years for employment contracts to up to 10 years for certain written contracts. If your contract involves payment, you only have six years to file the complaint. Time is of the essence, especially when your case may involve an intricate discovery process for collecting documentation, records and other relevant evidence to substantiate the specific facts and law relating to your claim.

Engaging a knowledgeable business law attorney who has trial experience can help you meet critical filing deadlines and reduce the amount of stress it takes to timeously resolve your dispute. At the Jeffrey O. Meunier, Attorney at Law, I have successfully represented businesses of all sizes, real estate brokers, independent contractors and other business clients on both sides of legal disputes throughout Central Indiana for more than three decades.

I focus on problem-solving and civil litigation for a range of disputes involving:

  • Internal partnership disputes
  • Shareholder actions
  • Commissions paid
  • Breach of contract and other contract disputes
  • Noncompete agreements
  • Commissions paid
  • Fraud

This list is not exhaustive. I also work extensively in insurance litigation, representing individuals and business owners with problems over unpaid homeowners, property and life insurance claims.

A Personal Approach To Real Estate Litigation

I represent plaintiffs – who are buyers or sellers – and brokers in real estate disputes of all types, including buy-sell disputes, contract objections and rows over home inspections. I have also represented clients against negligent construction companies in matters of defective construction, water intrusion and mold growth.

Bring Your Independent Contractor Disputes To Me

Are you dealing with a disagreement involving an independent sales representative and their principal company over failure to pay commissions? I represent the independent contractors in court seeking payment of commissions under the doctrine of procuring cause.

I also offer service to my clients in matters of routine transactional work such as:

  • Assessing employment contracts and noncompete agreements
  • Reviewing or drafting simple contracts
  • Reviewing land and real estate purchase agreements

When business-related conflicts arise, it is best to address them as soon as possible; otherwise, you could be dealing with costly repercussions. For skilled representation in or out of the courtroom by an experienced commercial litigation attorney, contact me, Jeffrey O. Meunier. Call my office at 317-575-0320 or send me an email to make arrangements for a consultation.