In the fast-paced and high-stakes construction arena, swift and sure legal counsel is vital. The Houston construction lawyers at Houston Construction Law Attorney Law Firm understand the issues and the urgency, providing sophisticated advice and timely, cost-effective solutions.
We are skilled in construction law matters relating to commercial and residential real estate owners, contractors, and subcontractors throughout Harris County including Houston, Northwest Houston, Champions, Spring, Tomball, Klein, the FM 1960 area, as well as The Woodlands and Conroe in Montgomery County. Our Houston construction lawyers routinely assist clients with their transactional and litigation needs. Whether you require legal advice for negotiating and documenting your construction deal, or prosecuting or defending against claims made relating to your construction project-we can help.
Residential and commercial construction projects often require the cooperation of multiple individuals and groups. Representing individuals, businesses, contractors, subcontractors and construction companies, our firm provides effective legal help at all stages of construction. We handle contracts, contract disputes, collection and lien issues, construction defect issues and other matters that can arise.
Houston Construction Law Specialists
Our lawyers bring the resources and experience often found at larger firms, but utilize small firm personal attention to each construction law case. Our representation of clients is enhanced by our access to a national network of skilled experts such as structural and electrical engineers, geologists, microbiologists and architects. More importantly, our attorneys have experience utilizing experts in such a fashion to conserve costs while balancing the need to develop testimony that is both effective and understandable.
Representative Construction Cases
Our construction litigation practice includes matters, such as: Construction defect claims Contract disputes Construction fraud Defaults Mechanics' liens Payment issues Warranty claims
Houston Construction Law Cases
We have handled high-profile construction law cases on the construction of a mixed-use development for apartments and retail space, and other cases involving real estate and construction law disputes, construction defects, contract disputes, liens, bonding, design defects, and quality issues.
While settlement is the quicker and more cost-effective option, we have built our reputation on innovative and diligent litigation. In handling your case, we explore the best option to find the ideal resolution. Sometimes, it is at the mediation table. Other times, it is in front of a judge and jury.
Opposing law firms know that we are serious when we take on a construction law case for our clients. Some firms tout their ability to negotiate a settlement. We can do that as well, but we do not shy away from the courtroom at all. Millions of dollars are on the line when a planned construction project is delayed by a dispute or lawsuit.
FREE Construction Law Attorney Consulation
Contact us to discuss construction transactions such as permits, or litigation such as construction delay or construction defect claims. Our Houston construction law attorneys handle a full array of issues pertaining to construction law or related areas, including employment law and real estate law. To discuss your options with one of our experienced attorneys, contact one of our conveniently located offices in Houston, Texas, to schedule a personalized consultation.
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Please contact one of our partners with questions about your legal issue, providing as much information as possible regarding your inquiry. While this contact does not serve to establish an attorney/client relationship, it will allow our legal team to begin an assessment of your case.
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