Over the years I have represented a number of small businesses engaged in the construction industry when disputes have arisen. The ability to collect its fees, including the protection of lien rights, is essential for the survival of many subcontractors and suppliers. These contractors or suppliers often become embroiled in multi-party litigation when a construction project goes bad. Minimizing the cost of litigation, while protecting the rights of the subcontractor or supplier, can be a challenge. As a solo practitioner, I can control those costs effectively, and as someone with experience in this type of litigation, I can participate to the extent necessary to preserve your interests.
Individuals often have issues with the contractor or handyman building or remodeling their homes. There are specific statutory regulations which give homeowners rights and remedies when a contractor fails to perform as promised. Having represented many such homeowners, I would be happy to talk to you about your particular situation. Often, simply sending a letter can remedy your problem, but if not, I can walk with you through the process of filing a lawsuit and prosecuting your action through its conclusion.