Tortious Interference with Contract
To successfully prosecute a Tortious Interference with Existing Contract case in Texas, certain element must be proven at trial. Those elements are:
- The plaintiff had a valid contract;
- Willful and intentional interference;
- Interference proximately caused damages; and
- Actual damages or loss.
If these elements are proven, Texas law provides for certain damages in a Tortious Interference with Contract action. These damages may include:
- Actual damages;
- Exemplary or Punitive Damages;
- Costs of Suit; and
- Pre and Post Judgement Interest.
The Texas Tortious Interference with Contract Lawyers at Hill Law Firm are here to help you with your Tortious Interference issues. We are willing to discuss alternative fee arrangements and offer a free consultation.