Tampa Construction Attorneys
The Importance of Contract Review and Drafting by a Construction Attorney
A construction contract is a binding agreement between two or more parties involved in a construction project. Upon finalization of the contract, all parties involved are obligated to fulfill their duties and promises outlined in the contract. Contracts are a vital part of the construction industry, and each detail of the contract is just as important as the next. The slightest fault in a contract could mean devastating losses to a construction business if things go awry. So it is very important that all the parties entering into a contract thoroughly understand their duties, obligations, and expectations prior to finalization of the contract.
Many contracts are constructed using legal terms, or legalese, that can make the terms and other important details of the contract difficult for readers to understand. Instead of seeking the assistance of a knowledgeable construction attorney to review a contract or other legal documents, many choose to skim rather than read a contract before signing it. If you are unaware of what a contract contains, you could potentially face costly litigation and attorney fees when issues arise.
Tampa Construction Attorney
Trent Cotney, P.A. provides construction review and drafting services for all areas of construction law including construction liens, bond claims, construction litigation, construction arbitration, bid protests and more. Our office of experienced and qualified construction attorneys in Tampa can assist you with reviewing and drafting of legal documents that will help protect your rights and assets, as well as minimize risk.
To speak with one of our construction attorneys or for more information on our construction review and drafting services, please contact our office at 813.579.3278 or submit our contact request form to request a consultation.
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.