Construction Law

Construction Litigation And Legal Services

Our Construction Law And Litigation Claims attorneys have been serving clients in the construction industry in the mid-Atlantic region for many years. The firm represents subcontractors, general contractors, and owners in all phases of the construction process. For example, Offit Kurman Attorneys At Law represents clients with respect to claims for payment, claims relating to extra work, claims for changes, and claims for delays and lost profits. Our construction litigation attorneys also represent clients in connection with litigation, bid protests, mistakes in bidding, and government contracts.

Additionally, our Construction And Litigation Claims Law Practice Group members handle mechanic's lien claims and payment bond claims. We also regularly provide counsel which concerns the preparation and review of contracts, the preparation of sensitive correspondence, and analysis and submission of claims.

In addition to providing you with quality representation in the realm of traditional legal services, the firm's construction lawyers have served as mediators and arbitrators in a multitude of construction and other commercial disputes. Our Construction Law Practice Group litigation attorneys also conduct seminars on construction related topics, as well as author articles on construction topics for publication.

To learn more about how Offit Kurman Attorneys At Law construction law and litigations claims services benefit you or your business please click the link below.

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