Construction Law: Proven Legal Counsel Will Help

Like all industries, the construction business wants to minimize legal expenses and focus on business. Disputes, however, do arise. Proven legal counsel is invaluable when these conflicts occur.

Indeed, stresses one detailed online overview of construction-related disputes, "having a strong legal advocate on your side can make all the difference."

The construction realm in Kentucky and nationally is a complex area of law that affects all players in the construction process. Design professionals, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, project owners and developers, government agencies, lenders, insurers, homeowners and others can face legal issues on any project.

The following is just a brief list of matters that attorneys of our Lexington law firm routinely handle on behalf of diverse clientele:

  • Contract disputes spanning the universe of construction law concerns
  • Mechanic's and materialman's liens filed against property to recover money owed
  • Scope-of-work considerations
  • Defect-related litigation addressing design, workmanship, materials and other matters
  • Insurance coverage issues
  • Liability concerns relevant to various parties
  • Workplace accident/injury matters

Our firm is proud of the quality and cost-effective legal work we deliver on behalf of construction clients in Kentucky and across the country. We invite close scrutiny of our legal team and its commitment to excellence in every client matter we handle.

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