It is rewarding to be a construction professional in the thriving Miami-Dade metropolitan area; however, the industry comes with its fair share of conflict.
Between the dangerous nature of the career field and the number of parties that must come together to complete a project, construction professionals are perpetually at risk of legal issues. Whether you have received an OSHA violation, have found yourself embroiled in a contractor-subcontractor dispute, or simply need some everyday legal advice for your business, having a Dade County construction attorney in your corner is key.
The Most Trusted Name in the Business
Trent Cotney has been serving the construction industry since 1999, dedicating his practice to serving construction professionals of all trades. Cotney Construction Law has grown to a nationwide firm thanks to our clients’ satisfaction with our representation. Our attorneys are well-versed in all of the complexities governing construction law, giving the Cotney team extra leverage when defending and representing clients.
As a construction professional, your needs are specific. Even a good business attorney will have trouble truly understanding the nature of your legal needs to the degree that a Dade County construction attorney can comprehend and fight for them.
As a construction professional, you already know that lien law is in place to protect you; however, it can be easy to lose your lien rights to a small mistake or by missing a deadline.
To ensure that everything is written in the proper legalese and your rights are not compromised, we can prepare all your lien and bond documents. These include the following:
- Claim of Lien
- Contractor’s Final Payment Affidavit
- Miller Act Notice
- Notice of Contest of Lien
- Notice to Contractor
- Notice of Non-Payment
- Notice to Owner
- Partial and final payment applications
- Partial and final release of lien
- Request for Sworn Statement of Account
To better serve our clients, we provide fixed pricing for these documents and a broad spectrum of others.
Skilled and Experienced Dade County Construction Attorneys
Lien law is one of our core practice areas, along with roofing law, OSHA defense, license defense, dispute resolution, bid protests, HVAC and refrigeration, litigation and arbitration, and an array of other legal topics relating to construction.
If you are in need of a professional construction law firm, please submit our contact request form for more information.
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.