Atlanta, Georgia Construction Litigation and Trial Lawyers
Whether you are a general contractor or a subcontractor encountering difficulties in receiving payment for the services you performed, or a developer concerned about the work being carried out by contractors, our firm will help you seek the best possible resolution to your construction dispute. In any construction litigation case, it is helpful to speak with a skilled attorney and examine the contract for any ambiguous language that could lead to issues in the future. It is always preferable to go into a sale with a contract that will protect your interests, instead of waiting for problems to occur before you contact an attorney.
If a contract dispute has already arisen, you need a lawyer with the knowledge and experience necessary to help you resolve your case swiftly and cost-effectively. The attorneys at Austin & Sparks have nearly 70 years of combined construction litigation experience that we draw from when crafting your case. Take the first step toward a lasting resolution to your construction dispute and contact our firm today to make an appointment for an initial consultation.
Here are some of the construction litigation issues that our firm has helped clients resolve in the past:
Our lawyers are familiar with issues that routinely appear on construction projects, and they are adequately prepared to tackle those issues keeping the best interest of the client in mind. Throughout the years, our attorneys have vigorously represented general contractors, subcontractors, materialmen, suppliers, and owners in the following areas:
- Claims and lawsuits arising from bidding and change orders;
- Claims and lawsuits arising from quality of workmanship;
- Claims and lawsuits arising from breach of contract;
- Claims and lawsuits arising from performance and payment; and
- Materialmen liens and payment bonds.
The attorneys at Austin & Sparks, P.C., have routinely represented both builders and individuals in cases involving negligent construction. Some problems that are routinely seen in negligent construction cases involve roof defects, water incursion, stucco, inadequate ventilation, outdoor drainage problems, failure to properly divert water flow away from the structure, foundation cracks, mold, improper framing and support systems, and negligent HVAC installation.
If you are involved in a construction dispute and are dissatisfied with its progression, do not wait. Speak with an attorney at Austin & Sparks today to schedule an initial consultation about your case.