Construction Law

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Tallahassee Contractor Attorney

The attorneys of Cotney Construction Law provide a full range of legal services for professionals in Florida’s construction industry. This includes all contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, engineers, architects, manufacturers, and developers. In particular, we’ve aggressively defended many contractors successfully.

Our services include arbitration and litigation, OSHA defense, lien and bond claims, bid protests, and license defense.

We Provide Litigation Assistance

There may come a time when you have a dispute that requires litigation. Perhaps you haven’t received payments for services or supplies you’ve provided for a project. Maybe a dispute has occurred due to a poor design or poor workmanship. These are examples of reasons why you need a trustworthy and reputable contractor attorney in Tallahassee on your side.

We Review and Draft Legal Documents

Legal documents are one of the foundations of any construction project. It’s crucial to get expert help instead of risking poorly written documents that could cost you down the line. Our lawyers are experts at reviewing and drafting all types of documents that include, but are not limited to, contracts, promissory notes, and terms of use.

Licensing Disputes

On the behalf of contractors, we defend licensing disputes. We respond to the Department of Business and Professional Regulation with investigations involving disputes such as unlicensed activity and fraud.

Bid Protest Experts

Do you feel a contract was awarded unfairly? If you want to challenge a contract that wasn’t awarded to you or do you need to defend a bid, our attorneys excel in defending bid protests. We can assist you by conducting an analysis, review, research, and file your bid protest. If you are defending a bid awarded to you, we can provide expert intervention on your behalf.

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.