Construction Law

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Birmingham Contractor Attorney

Cotney Attorneys & Consultants is a law firm that focuses on protecting the interests of members of the construction industry. We have built our reputation on providing unmatched knowledge of construction law and tireless effort in defense of our clients.

Why Work With A Birmingham Contractor Attorney?

A contractor attorney has a keen knowledge of issues specific to the construction industry and understands the regulations that govern it. An attorney will understand how certain contractual provisions can favor an owner over a contractor. He or she will also understand various nuances of the construction business like the bid process and the complexities of defending clients against claims. This knowledge allows contractors to be represented more accurately than they would with a standard business attorney.

Our Approach

Our Birmingham contractor attorneys work with you to determine what’s the best and most realistic outcome for your case. We’ve worked with many contractors over the years so we understand the issues that prevent them from being paid promptly. We are also adept in getting what our clients deserve in these situations. With a desired outcome in mind, our contractor lawyers determine the best course of action. It’s important to note that not all cases end in litigation. We work to resolve our cases in a variety of ways, including settlement, mediation or arbitration. However, if litigation is the only way to solve the issue, we will utilize our resources to defend you successfully.

Our Services

At Cotney Construction Law, we provide counsel to our clients in the following areas:

  • Contract negotiation, drafting, and review
  • License defense
  • OSHA violation defense
  • Dispute resolution
  • Defense against claims

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.