We have small business that takes care of elderly, we bill to different insurance companies using the software. In January this new company promised us that with their software we would be able to bill faster and more effective and were told that the installation and set up will only take two weeks. So we cancelled our previous software and switch to them in February of 2019, since than their program is not working and we are not able to bill insurance companies for six months. We had to borrow money to meet our payrolls for six months.
The first person assinged to us to us for software setup kept on giving us excuses and now she went on a vacation. This big company doesn't care if we go bankrupt. Even their software is not working and they have nerve to charge us 50% of their normal billing rate.
Now on how can we sue them? Can we sue them only for the amount of past 6 months billing or more for the stress and breach of contract?