Miami Construction Attorneys
Working in construction can pose many risks due to the local and federal laws that govern the construction industry. General contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, manufacturers, and others in the industry must comply with safety standards, contend with hazards, and be fully prepared to deal with legal disputes brought on by employees or other contract parties. It’s necessary to know who to call on in the event an issue arises.
When Is a Miami Construction Attorney Necessary?
When starting a new project, you may have some concerns that only a legal expert can help you address. You may not understand your contract and need the opinion of someone who does. You may want to revise your contract with important provisions to protect yourself. In the middle of a project, something can go awry and you may have a change order dispute on your hands. Whatever the issue, we are here to help in more ways than one:
- Explaining local and federal regulations and permit requirements
- Filing a lawsuit or responding to a lawsuit
- Creating a legal document
Cotney Attorneys & Consultants: Service Areas
Our Miami construction attorneys offer a wide range of legal services for construction professionals involved in both public and private construction projects. Our services include:
- Litigation and Arbitration
- OSHA Defense
- Roofing Law
- HVAC and Refrigeration Law
- Lien and Bond Claims
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- License Defense
- Bid Protests
- Contract Review and Drafting
- Employer Defense
Attorneys With Real Experience
An attorney is an asset at every stage of a construction project for various reasons. Our attorneys have real-world experience in the construction industry which enables us to understand construction at every level. Put yourself and your project at an advantage with the help of our knowledgeable construction attorneys.
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.