A successful project outcome requires the effective and efficient collaboration of all contract parties, but even still, things may not go as planned. When your project comes to a halt, you’ll need to partner with a construction law attorney that can help you de-escalate disagreements, mitigate risks, or represent you in a court of law if necessary.
Who We Help
Our Miami construction law attorneys have provided expert legal advice and support to those engaged in the development, management, and design of construction of projects for over 15 years. This includes representing owners, contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, and design professionals with issues that arise before, during, or after the completion of a project.
Legal Issues You May Face
No one is exempt from the risks of working in construction. Our lawyers understand that many challenges occur on the individual and business level, whether public or private. You may experience some of the following issues, but we are prepared to help you address them.
- OSHA inspections and citations
- Licensing complaints, inspections, and citations
- Roofing laws
- Contract bidding
- Breach of contract
- Claims related to warranties and defects
- Mechanic’s liens
- Contract provisions
- Threats of lawsuit
- Project delays and terminations
- Nonpayment for services, labor, or materials supplied
Miami Construction Law Attorneys That Get Results
Our Miami team consists of attorneys who not only understand laws at the state and federal level but who also possess varying years of experience in the construction industry. This is why we are recognized as leaders in the construction law industry. We know what it’s like to experience the triumphs and disappointments of the daily operation of this business. No matter how basic or complex, our attorneys strive to obtain favorable results on our clients’ behalf.
If you would like to speak with a Miami construction law attorney, please contact us at 954.210.8735, or submit our contact request form.
Disclaimer: The information contained in this article is for general educational information only. This information does not constitute legal advice, is not intended to constitute legal advice, nor should it be relied upon as legal advice for your specific factual pattern or situation.