Construction Disputes and Litigation Richmond

Richmond Construction Disputes and Litigation

The field of construction has often suffered the most from litigation proceedings. Fortunately, the lawyers in MG Law’s Construction Disputes practice are well-equipped to handle cases representing contractors, subcontractors, developers, and commercial construction companies.

Legal advice is given to our clients regarding day-to-day operations and policies and procedures. In addition, the attorneys in MG Law’s Construction Disputes practice will closely scrutinize our client’s contracts to ensure payments are made and to safely avoid troublesome legal conflicts. Our attorneys are experienced with bond and lien claims, OSHA citations and employment disputes, and adept at resolving any issues that pop up between the various parties.

At MG Law, we represent clients in a myriad of construction matters such as financing, fraud, contract negotiation, mechanic’s liens, damage and delay, claims resolution, collections, and defects of materials, construction, or design. To keep our relationships healthy and the costs low, we will often go above and beyond the courtroom, from government administrative hearings to alternative dispute resolution, such as arbitration and mediation.

Additional Resources:

  • Construction Dispute Resolution
  • Construction Litigation Avoidance: Part 3 (After the Job and if Litigation is Necessary)
  • Construction Litigation Avoidance: Part 2 (During the Job)
  • Construction Litigation Avoidance: Part 1 (Before the Job)