214-361-1262
Tradition Of Winning For More Than 25 Years

Fort Worth hotel fire damage $872,500

Dallas house fire $1,284,500

Japanese restaurant fire $756,000

Dallas business and personal property (contents) fire loss $811,000

Brownsville warehouse metal roof high wind damage from Hurricane Dolly $750,000

Denton apartment roof damaged by wind storm – Appraisal Award $656,018

Dallas apartment roof damaged by hail storm – $469,760

Denison historical building damaged during renovation $460,250

Restaurant alleged arson fire $364,500

Fort Worth bingo hall fire damage $310,877

Dallas Big box retail store (vacant) flood damage $251,012

El Paso apartment fire loss, loss of rents $260,415

Dallas auto repair shop business interpretation claim $202,000

Weatherford metal riding arena roof hail damage $189,745

Austin household contents fire damage $157,500

Auto accident wrongful death single male $1,185,000

Auto accident head/brain injury child 535,000

Auto accident eye injury $110,000

Austin apartment construction defects $4,885,000

Commercial Lease Disputes — Both Parties Should Abide By The Contract

Landlords owe a responsibility to tenants to keep a facility up and running, and to make repairs in a timely manner so businesses can continue to function. Tenants owe landlords a responsibility of being good caretakers of a property and paying their rent on time. When either of these parties fails in these responsibilities, there is a conflict.

Leases are created to outline each party’s duties to the other and signed to acknowledge that everyone understands. If you are in a dispute over your commercial lease, our Texas attorneys can help.

Hubble & Pistorius has more than 25 years of experience in all forms of real estate litigation, including commercial landlord-tenant issues. We represent plaintiffs in cases against their opposition and have a long history of winning to our names. We offer efficient and effective representation with high-quality customer service.

Common Issues In Commercial Landlord-Tenant Disputes

Our lawyers represent clients with these and other complaints:

  • Nonpayment of rent
  • Excessive rent increases
  • Common area maintenance charges
  • Boundary, easement and license claims
  • Environmental issues
  • Materials storage
  • Damage claims

Our attorneys have extensive knowledge of real estate and contract law. We carefully review your lease and your situation and then find the best solution to your problem.

Many conflicts between landlords and tenants can be resolved with negotiation or mediation. As one of the premier trial firms in Texas, we have the capability and the experience to bring your case to court if that is what is required to resolve it.

Contact Us Regarding Your Commercial Lease Dispute

You can reach us in Dallas at 214-361-1262 and in Austin at Contact, or you can email us to schedule your free consultation. We serve clients anywhere in the state of Texas.