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Our team of experienced construction law attorneys is uniquely familiar with issues of importance to material suppliers and subcontractors in the construction industry. For decades, our construction team has assisted clients with thousands of distressed projects and several economic downturns. We are ready to help you tackle your complex issues.

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Risk Analysis

Analysis of risks and potential adverse events in the planning and execution of a construction project is crucial. Our attorneys can help you identify those areas to minimize risk in a project.

Mechanic’s Lien and Payment Bond Claim Enforcement

If you are seeking compensation for unpaid labor and materials, our attorneys will help you protect and enforce your rights with our extensive resources and knowledge of mechanic’s lien and bond claim enforcement.

Contract Review and Negotiation

We work with you to help ensure you understand the rights and obligations contained in you contracts. We also assist you with necessary negotiation and revision of contract terms to best protect you from risks and ensure prompt payment.

Contract Claim Enforecement

If there has been a breach of contract, our attorneys assist in getting your terms fulfilled as part of the agreement.

Defense of Construction Defect Claims

If you are subject to a claim from your customer for a construction defect, we are here to defend the claim and ensure your receive maximum recovery under the contract for the labor and materials you provided for the project.

Defense of Contract Claims

Contract claims can be complicated. Our attorneys will help you every step of the way during the process to make sure you receive the full benefits of your contract.

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