Dolley Law, LLC represents clients in construction disputes, litigation, contract matters and employment-related matters. We have successfully represented clients in state and federal courts, as well as arbitrations and mediations. Whether you are a contractor, owner, subcontractor, material supplier, designer, engineer, architect, or individual, we can help you to better understand your legal rights and obligations and to navigate a wide variety of issues or disputes.
Construction Contracts, Disputes and Litigation
Many issues and problems frequently arise as part of a private or public construction project. Project related issues commonly involve increases in costs, unanticipated work, and problems with scheduling and project completion. An initial construction contract may not effectively address all situations or complications that develop over the course of a project. Some problems with a construction project are not recognized until after completion of the project, including design defect cases. Retaining skilled legal counsel is critical to ensuring the best outcome in connection with contractual or labor-related disputes or issues that may arise or develop at any stage of the construction process.
Our Firm has effectively represented and defended various clients in construction disputes and litigation. The Firm's construction practice includes proactive legal counsel in drafting, reviewing, and negotiating construction contracts, navigating construction contract claims, issues or disputes, conducting alternative dispute resolution, and handling construction-related litigation. Our attorneys provide our clients with the time and attention to detail that is necessary to ensure your problems are dealt with effectively and your needs and goals are achieved.
Matters that the Firm has effectively addressed within its construction law practice include, but are not limited to:
- Construction litigation;
- Contract review;
- Labor law;
- Employment law;
- Prompt Pay Act claims;
- Construction/Mechanic’s liens;
- Extra work;
- Contract disputes and breach of contract claims;
- Change orders;
- Safety and training procedures (OSHA).
- Hidden conditions;
- Insurance claims;
- Material defects.
To set up a consultation to review a construction law matter, contact Dolley Law, LLC at (314) 645-4100 or by email at email@example.com. All legal consultations are held strictly confidential.