Florida’s Leading Miami Contractor Attorneys
At Cotney Construction Law, our record speaks for itself. We have over 15 years of experience providing comprehensive legal services to clients in the construction industry. Our Miami contractor attorneys represent contractors at every level and in all phases of the construction process.
Lien and Bond Claims
We are available to provide sound legal counsel to you during the lien and bond claim process. We help contractors secure lien rights and collect unpaid compensation for services, labor, or materials supplied on a project.
Our knowledgeable contractor attorneys are skilled in developing litigation strategies unique to each client’s situation. We discuss the cost, benefits, and risks of going to trial and alternative methods of resolving disputes such as alternative dispute resolution.
Contracts should be clear and easy to understand and they should be unique to the project at hand. Confusion in terms and conditions or the omission of important clauses can lead to disagreements which can land you in court. If your contract is even remotely unclear to you, we highly recommend you contact one of our contractor attorneys to review your contract.
Legal Document Drafting
We are intimately familiar with the OSHA rules and safety standards. Therefore, we provide defense against OSHA complaints and citations. We also help contractors understand their rights and obligations under OSHA law.
Contractor License Defense
Performing construction in the state of Florida is governed by the strict licensing requirements of the Construction Industry Licensing Board (CILB). Failure to comply results in fines and license restrictions, suspension, or revocation. If you are facing CILB complaints against your license, consult with one of our attorneys today.
Bid Protest Assistance
If you’re a disappointed bidder and would like assistance with challenging a bid, our firm assists contractors with the bid protest filing process.
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.