From disgruntled project owners to employment standards officers, contractors have to regularly contend with parties who can quickly become legal opponents. Contractors can’t afford to have legal opponents on all sides. That’s why we recommend partnering with an experienced legal team dedicated to the construction industry.
Our Toronto construction law firm has dedicated itself to protecting construction companies and their owners from any and all construction-related legal threats, such as project disputes, withheld payments, and safety concerns. If these concerns have been weighing on your mind, it may be time to partner with an attorney from Cotney Construction Law.
A Toronto Construction Law Attorney Can Be Your Company’s Greatest Ally
Our Toronto construction law firm can provide your company with the sword and shield protection it needs to thrive in this industry. Here’s how.
As much as you may not like it, sometimes you have to go on the offensive to protect your company. When you partner with a Toronto construction law attorney, you gain access to a legal professional who will fight for your rights. Cotney Construction Law can be your sword by assisting with:
- Demand letters
- Construction liens
- Litigation services
- Bid protests
- And more
If your company ever needs to demand payment, move forward with a lawsuit, or file a bid protest, our attorneys would be more than happy to assist you.
Many of the services provided by our Toronto construction law firm are designed to prevent or mitigate a variety of common legal threats. Although these services are sometimes reactive, they are no less effective. For instance, our company can ensure that your company’s best interests are prioritized during a construction dispute. If you’d prefer, we can represent your company during an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) proceeding or we can defend your company through the entire litigation process.
Another way we shield construction companies from liability is by ensuring their compliance with all safety and labour laws that apply to them. If you’re concerned with what a health and safety inspector from the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development will find on your worksite, it’s time to partner with a Toronto construction law attorney. Not only will we help ensure the safety of your workers in the near future, but we’ll help ensure that your worksite is compliant with safety regulations for years to come.
If you would like to speak with an attorney from our Toronto construction law firm, 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.