Litigators Who Understand Florida Construction Law

Disputes over construction can lead to expensive delays for both individuals and businesses. To overcome these legal hurdles, you need an attorney who understands both construction law and litigation. The lawyers at Michael L. Feinstein, P.A., have over 30 years of combined experience with Florida construction disputes and transactions.

Our founding attorney, Michael L. Feinstein, has a lifetime of experience in the real estate development and construction industries. He understands all aspects of construction law, as well as the complexities of running a business. You can call 866-220-8442 to speak with a litigator at our Fort Lauderdale office.

We can represent anyone involved in a construction dispute, including:

  • Developers
  • Architects
  • Engineers
  • General contractors
  • Construction managers
  • Design professionals
  • Subcontractors
  • Laborers
  • Landowners and owners

Litigation Counsel For All Types Of Construction Disputes

Our attorneys help clients across Florida with every aspect of their construction lawsuits. We will find the most cost-effective means to resolve disputes and accomplish your goals. As your representation, we will use courtroom alternatives such as negotiations and mediation to obtain efficient case results. While litigation is sometimes inevitable, our lawyers will fight to get you the best possible outcome.

We represent clients who are facing legal action related to:

  • Building contract disputes
  • Construction defects
  • Construction lien cases
  • Architect and engineering professional liability claims
  • Surety bond claims
  • 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
  • Administrative proceedings involving licensure

Lawyers Who Make Construction Liens Easy

Construction liens are valuable tools that let contractors, subcontractors, materials suppliers and laborers get fair payment for services. Unfortunately, the laws concerning liens can be difficult to understand and a mistake can mean the end of your business. We protect our clients from economic disaster by helping them use construction liens to obtain payment.

Our construction attorneys can assist you with:

  • When and how to do a Notice to Owner (NTO)
  • The process for creating a construction lien
  • What you can and cannot include in a construction lien
  • When to sign a Release of Lien, also called a lien waiver
  • When and how to do a Contractor's Final Payment Affidavit

Do Not Wait To Speak With A Construction Litigator

Taking early action in a construction dispute can save you time and money. You can talk to a skilled construction lawyer by calling 866-220-8442 or by sending us an email. We return all messages without delay.