Our construction law firm is devoted to representing construction professionals such as contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, developers, engineers, and others within the construction industry in matters requiring dispute resolution. If you’re at odds with subcontractor about a project contract or an owner facing a lawsuit due to a fatality on your jobsite, we are here to help.
Disputes Miami Construction Litigation Lawyers Settle
Our Miami construction litigation lawyers resolve disputes regarding claims that occur before, during, or after a project. These claims can be related to, but not limited to the following:
- Excessive work scope changes
- Construction delays
- Terminations for convenience
- Workplace accidents
- Bonding issues
- Stop work orders
- Design deficiencies
- Mechanic’s lien
- Breach of contract
- Defective construction
Reconciling a Dispute
Outside of attempting mediation, the most common options for resolving a construction dispute is through arbitration and litigation. Parties must take into consideration the cost, time, and energy they will be investing in pursuing these forms of dispute resolution. Although litigation is often the last resort, it’s important to acknowledge the fact that there are some disputes so adversarial that they can only be resolved by going to trial.
Our Role in the Litigation Process
As litigation experts, we manage all phases of the litigation process. Based on the nature of your dispute, we provide comprehensive representation to our clients in the area of investigation, drafting pleadings and motions, the discovery process, trial prep, trial representation, and negotiating a settlement.
Our litigation lawyers have participated in numerous litigations, therefore, we know the best course of action many parties should take when they are in the midst of a business grievance. We also have obtained favorable solutions and cost-effective settlements on the behalf of our clients.
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.