Minnesota Construction Litigation Attorneys

Our Minneapolis construction litigation attorneys are experienced in representing general contractors, subcontractors, construction business owners and others involved in construction projects in Minnesota.

Common construction legal problems involve delay payments, nonpayment, breach of contract, and negotiating disputes. Our construction litigation attorneys advocate for our clients in arbitration, mediation, and courtroom litigation.

Often, our construction attorneys can avoid litigation through strong advocacy and negotiation with other parties or their attorneys. When fierce legal action is needed, our attorneys use their familiarity in Minnesota courtrooms to push for quick legal action to protect our clients.

Experienced Minneapolis Construction Attorneys

Our experienced construction attorneys have represented general contractors, subcontractors, building owners, property managers, architects, engineers, and financial institutions.

Construction is complex, so it is no surprise that construction litigation is complex. Minnesota construction litigation attorneys need to understand the construction industry, the technical aspects of construction, and the legal principles specific to construction law in Minnesota. Construction is not a simple business. Our construction litigation attorneys use their experience to advance results for our clients.

Our construction lawyers possess the required experience in litigating construction disputes, negotiating resolutions, and placing our client’s business goals at the forefront of our strategy.

Minnesota Construction Litigation Law

Among others, our construction attorney services encompass the following areas of construction representation:

  • General contractor and subcontractor problems
  • Government contract problems
  • Construction equipment and supply agreement disputes
  • Project design and construction defects
  • Construction contract disputes
  • Construction malpractice cases on the part of engineers and architects
  • Insurance and coverage claims on construction contracts
  • Other construction contract legal problems

In addition, the lawyers provide clients with off-court legal services such as drafting and preparation of construction and industrial agreements, designing grievance operating procedures, interpreting construction contract documents, counseling clients in the enforcement or defense of construction claims, and representing clients court and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) such as mediation, arbitration, and compromises.

Construction Litigation Consultation and Assessment

Becoming a party to a construction dispute or litigation is not a welcome occasion. Often, construction projects are greatly disturbed, deadlines are missed, and projected profits are completely altered, if not lost. Should threatened or actual litigation arise, we are happy to help.

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