Miami Construction Lawyers
Do You Need a Miami Construction Lawyer?
Working in the construction industry brings with it a substantial amount of risk. These risks can vary depending on your area of construction. Property owners are at risk for liens against their property. Contractors are at risk for defective work claims. Subcontractors are at risk for contract disputes. The list goes on and on.
These types of legal issues require the expertise of competent and experienced construction lawyers in Miami. At Trent Cotney, P.A., we offer professional legal representation to owners, contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, and other professionals in the construction industry.
What to Expect From Trent Cotney, P.A.
Our construction lawyers have a solid reputation for providing sound legal advice to construction professionals at every level. Not only do we advise our clients on legal matters, we provide aggressive representation in court when necessary. We also advocate for clients involved in licensing complaints or labor and safety violations. With our help, you can approach new projects with confidence, resolve conflicts, and complete your projects successfully.
Legal Matters We Help You Solve
We understand that the needs of each client are unique to the area of construction they work in. We also know that issues can arise in so many areas during the course of business so we provide a range of services to our clients. We are dedicated to helping our clients solve matters related to:
- Bid protests
- Construction liens
- Bond claims
- Licensing complaints
- OSHA violations
- Contract discrepancies
- Drafting sound contract provisions
Our services do not stop there. If there’s a particular construction-related issue you need guidance on, our attorneys have both real-world experience and book knowledge to navigate you through your legal process.
If you would like to speak with one of our construction lawyers in Miami, 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.