Construction disputes often involve many complex regulatory and legal issues between parties. From contractors to homeowners to construction companies, there are many different accusations and problems that arise. Experienced construction attorneys can work preventatively throughout the entire construction process in order to avoid conflict and achieve, that which is in your best interest.
Helping Contractors When Disputes or Issues Arise During Construction
Who Can Sue in a Construction Dispute?
There are many different parties that can bring suit when it comes to issues surrounding construction. Some of these parties include:
- Commercial Construction Companies
- Commercial/Residential Real Estate Agents
- Construction Equipment Manufacturers & Suppliers
- General and Sub-contractors
- Homeowners & Property Owners
- Residential Construction Companies
- Trade and Employer Associations
Construction Issues that May Arise
Whether moving, building an addition, constructing, or altering an existing property, there are numerous issues that may arise that could require the help of a qualified construction attorney. Some of these problems include:
- Bid Challenges
- Bond Claims
- Breach of Contract
- Contract Review and Enforcement
- Defective Materials
- Delays in Construction
- Failure to Pay Contractors/Sub-Contractors
- Labor Law Disputes
- Litigation and Appeals
- OSHA and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Compliance
- Physical Property Damage
- Prevailing Wage Enforcement
- Prompt Pay Act
Contact An Experienced Construction Law Attorney Today
Each construction dispute issue involves separate laws and requirements. The complexities of construction are often too confusing to deal with on your own. Anyone who is involved in any step of a public, private, or federal construction project can benefit from the retention of a construction lawyer. Our attorneys have the knowledge and years of experience in construction and provide sound legal advice that is grounded in practical experience. Not only do we know the law, but we understand the industry inside and out.
We can assist in the process of obtaining construction law permits, regulations, inspections, and more. If you have construction matters that involve either counseling or litigation, the attorneys at The Wright Law Firm can help. To learn more or to schedule a free consultation, contact us online or call us at (609) 759-2500.