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Construction Law

Welcome to JacksonWhite Construction Law

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The attorneys at JacksonWhite have many years of experience in regularly and effectively handling matters in construction law. Call us today at (480) 464-1111 and learn how we can help you.

 

Construction Law Services

Bid Disputes

Bid disputes can put a hold on payment for a project and even delay project completion. Documenting each bid is important to help avoid disputes regarding a quoted price, timeline, etc. Under-bidding is a common issue that leads to problems down the line when the project surpasses the bid criteria. Learn more about how we can help you with bid disputes today.

Bond Claims

Maintaining adequate bonds according to the scope and possible liability of a project is a crucial part of construction business. These bonds are in place to act as protection against breaches in contract or fraudulent practices. If a breach occurs, a bond claim can be made to compensate for the breach. We can help with bond claims and other breaches as well.

Collections

If you are a contractor, subcontractor or supplier, you know that there are no guarantees when it comes to collecting monies. Unfortunately, even the highest quality of work and service remains unpaid. At JacksonWhite we believe in fairness and equity. We believe that services contracted for should be paid in full, and we fight to collect monies for our clients who remain unpaid.

Construction Defects

Construction defects are part of the business, but remedies are available. We understand good work and fair conditions and can help when these standards are not provided or are questionable. Whether you are a client that believe there is a defect in the work provided, or a construction business that have a claim of defect against their work, we can help.

Contract Dispute Resolution

Dispute resolution is available for contract issues in construction transactions. Terms of a contract are enforceable and should not be taken lightly. Keeping accurate records of all work completed and related documents can help avoid contract disputes. Requiring all subcontractors to have a written contract can also be helpful in ensuring the work will be completed.

Mechanics and Materialmen’s Liens

A mechanic’s or materialman’s lien allows an individual, who provides services or materials, to put a lien on the property that the services and materials were used for. These liens have requirements that must be followed and notices that must be given, as required by statute. If you are a service provider or a property owner, learn more about how we can help you.

How Our Team Can Help You

JacksonWhite has an experienced team of construction litigation attorneys who assist construction professionals and property owners in legal issues arising from building and development. The rapid influx to Maricopa County’s population has led to an abundance of construction throughout the Phoenix valley.

With this broad development, many complex construction issues inevitably arise, and our construction attorneys have been at the forefront of assisting contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers with these matters. To see how we can help with your injury or accident case, call us today at (480) 464-1111.

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