Turn To Our Experienced Lawyers For All Your Construction Law Needs
There are a vast array of legal issues that can arise in any construction deal. From enforcing contracts and construction law litigation, to negotiations with contractors, owners and suppliers, there can be a number of matters that require an attorney for anyone within the construction industry. Whether you are a developer, contractor, subcontractor, engineer, supplier or other party in a construction deal, it is very important to get a lawyer right away to help with your legal matter.
Representing All Parties In Construction Law Disputes
It is to your advantage to connect with a legal team even before problems arise. Proactively having a legal team on standby can help make the process go smoother and more efficiently. Ongoing construction law counsel can allow you to focus on your business dealings rather than any construction law disputes or transactions. At Cuevas, Garcia & Torres, P.A., we have been helping construction law clients in the Miami, Florida, area for over 25 years.
Using our extensive experience in this industry, we have been able to resolve all types of construction law issues, including:
- Construction contract preparation, negotiation and review
- Enforcement of contracts and all other aspects contract litigation
- Liens and payment applications
- Coordination with engineering and other professionals
- Negotiations with sureties and material suppliers
- Assist with commercial planning and bidding
- Helping with developer turnover control in condos and HOAs
This list is not comprehensive, as there are many issues we handle on behalf of our construction law clients. We encourage you to reach out to our law firm as soon as possible with any questions that you may have.
Tell Us About Your Construction Law Issue Today
We are happy to hear your concerns and discuss potential solutions to your construction litigation or construction transaction matter. You can reach us online or call to discuss your business law or construction law matter. Se habla español.