Let Our Fort Lauderdale Construction Lawyers Represent You
If you are involved in a construction dispute of any kind and need legal advice, contact the Fort Lauderdale construction lawyers at Michael L. Feinstein, P.A. today for a consultation to discuss your construction dispute. Since 1987, our construction lawyers have represented clients ranging from individual builders to large construction firms. Our attorneys look for the most efficient and cost-effective means of resolving your disputes – whether it is litigation, pre-suit negotiation, or mediation and arbitration.
When a developer, architect, engineer, general contractor, construction manager, design professional, sub-contractor, laborer, landowner or owner encounters a problem due to construction or repair, the construction lawyers at the law firm of Michael L. Feinstein, P.A. will take the necessary steps to correct the problem. Our lawyers counsel clients in Fort Lauderdale and throughout the State of Florida in matters involving:
- Building Contract Disputes;
- Construction Defects;
- Construction Lien Cases;
- Architect and Engineering Professional Liability Claims;
- Surety Bond Claims;
- Personal injury Claims of People Injured on Construction Sites;
- Disputes Over Change Orders;
- Proper Payment Defenses;
- Pay When Paid Clauses;
- Notice Issues;
- Payment and Performance Bond Issues;
- Wrongful Termination;
- Construction Lien Foreclosure Lawsuits;
- Construction Defect Lawsuits; and
- Administrative Proceedings Involving Licensure.
Anyone in the construction industry knows that litigation is sometimes inevitable. Let Michael L Feinstein, P.A put its experience & resources to work for you.
The construction lien laws of Florida were created to help contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, and laborers get paid when they should be. The catch is that these laws are mystifying, merciless and even the simplest of mistakes can cost you plenty, if not everything. The construction lawyers at the Firm are steadfast advocates of an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure when it come to lien laws. We protect our clients against economic disaster by knowing what, when, and how to do it. We have a sound understanding of the lien laws and can counsel you on the following:
- When and How to do a Notice to Owner
- When and How to do a Construction Lien
- What You Can and Cannot include in a Construction Lien
- When and When Not to Sign a Release of Lien
- When and How to do a Final Contractor Affidavit
Background On Construction Law
Construction law can involve litigation and transactional matters and often involves contractual matters. On the transactional side, lawyers can be involved in negotiating contracts and general procurement before construction work begins. Construction projects in Fort Lauderdale often involve a variety of different players, and the construction attorney will work with those initiating the project, those financing the project, those designing the structure and those performing the actual construction.
On the litigation side, construction litigation, where there is a lawsuit or fear of an impending lawsuit, when something goes wrong like breaching certain contractual terms or that the project is running behind schedule. Often the contract that was created at the procurement phase of the project will address how disputes are to be handled.
As a general observation, when the economy is down work decreases for transactional attorneys and increases for litigation attorneys. Accordingly, the economic climate has a significant impact on the construction market and the work done by construction lawyers.