Miami Contractor Lawyer
Whether you are a general contractor or subcontractor, construction can be a rewarding yet tough business. Unexpected obstacles can threaten your livelihood. These obstacles can delay your projects, damage your reputation, and jeopardize your ability to get paid.
Miami Contractor Lawyers Protect Your Rights and Interests
Contractors will face problems on multiple fronts. Whether you are having disputes with buyers, suppliers, subcontractors, owners, lenders, and any others, we can help you exercise your rights while maintaining your profitability.
We Understand Construction Law
There is no substitute for experience when it comes to the construction industry. Our Miami contractor lawyers all have various backgrounds in and ties to the construction industry. We are also members of various roofing and contractor associations throughout Florida and have received numerous honors and awards for our prestigious work and commitment to our clients.
How We Help Contractors
Our firm has a wide range of experience helping contractors with everything from mechanic’s liens, payment-related issues, and bond claims. We understand that your success depends on your receipt of compensation and we are committed to working on your behalf to ensure the following legal issues are handled expeditiously:
- Defending against defect claims
- Defending against OSHA violations
- Settling disputes through mediation, arbitration, and litigation
- Dealing with delay, disruption, and acceleration claims
- Contract discrepancies
We are available to help with all of your contracting needs so do not hesitate to contact us for guidance on your unique situation.
To schedule a consultation with one of our knowledgeable Miami contractor lawyers, please contact our office at 954.210.8735 or submit our contact request form to schedule a consultation with a contractor attorney.
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.