Construction contractors shoulder much of the responsibility for projects being completed on time and on budget while maintaining superior quality standards. With so many tasks to coordinate, it can feel like the odds aren’t in your favor when delayed payments, unskilled workers, or material shortages threaten your business. Many situations can lead to disputes which can bring your project to a halt and waste time you could otherwise spend generating income.
Teaming up with a Wichita contractor attorney can help, even if you’re not currently involved in a dispute. In fact, a skilled attorney can help you prevent litigation. From legal counsel to strong representation, Cotney Construction Law has you covered.
Wichita Contractor Lawyers from Cotney Construction Law
Our team takes a hands-on approach to your needs. We get to know the specifics of your situation and work toward resolving your dispute. While some disputes can be settled with mediation or arbitration, some cases need the formal and binding nature of litigation. Our team will build a strategy and advise you on the best method for dealing with your particular circumstances.
Serving Contractors’ Needs
Cotney Construction Law has extensive experience working with contractors and understands their unique needs. That’s why we offer a variety of services. Let our team’s broad construction law experience serve you in the following areas:
- Claims of lien
- License defense
- Breach of contract
- OSHA violation defense
- Bid protest and bid defense
- Construction defect claims defense
We understand that it’s important to keep your projects moving forward and that you get the pay you deserve. Our attorneys are familiar with several methods for requesting payment. Demand letters, liens, and litigation are a few options.
If a dispute occurs on a construction project, a Wichita contractor lawyer can help you resolve the conflict. A variety of options is available, depending on the situation and any contracts involved. Mediation, arbitration, and litigation range in formality, cost, and ability to provide a binding outcome.
If you would like to speak with one of our Wichita contractor attorneys, please contact us today.
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.