Minnesota Contracts Lawyer & Attorney


Sauro & Alton, PLLC has successfully assisted owners throughout Minnesota with many different types of contract issues. We help clients recover when contractual promises and representations are broken. From new home construction, to repair contracts, to indemnity agreements, insurance policies and general business disputes, when the other party fails to perform, Sauro & Alton can help.

We also help our clients negotiate and draft contracts that protect their best interests. Having our help when you are writing a contract or thinking of signing one is not only important, it is critical to preventing problems down the road. Hiring our attorneys to assist you in the contract negotiation stage can potentially save you thousands of dollars if the project does not turn out as you anticipated.

Protecting Your Interests

At Sauro & Alton, we review and negotiate contracts, draft contracts and analyze contracts to help protect you before things go wrong and after things do not turn out as you had hoped. We carefully analyze each party’s responsibilities and obligations to see if one party breached the contract and for all potential remedies you may have if one party fails to perform. We analyze insurance coverage opinions from insurers and challenge those opinions when they are wrong. Our attorneys have obtained top dollar verdicts from jurors who have agreed that our client was damaged after another party’s broken promises and breach of contract.

Contact Experienced Contract Attorneys

Contracts can be difficult to write, review, and understand without our help, and contract disputes can be difficult to resolve on your own. The attorneys at Sauro & Alton understand and are here to help you with your contracts and the problems that may occur when the other party fails to perform their promises. To learn more about how Sauro & Alton, PLLC can help you, call us at 651-389-9915 to schedule your consultation or fill out the contact form and someone from our office will contact you shortly.