Few industries generate more litigation than the construction industry. For homeowners, construction defects can often mar their most important and expensive investment. For contractors, problems with subcontractors or general contractors can be financially devastating.
Despite the frequency of legal problems that arise during construction projects, construction arbitration and litigation is complex and has rules and procedures that are different from general litigation. Unfortunately, a failure to abide by these unique rules and procedures of construction law can have a devastating effect on your case. It is always wise to consult with a construction lawyer that you trust as soon as you discover a possible claim or find out that you have been named as a defendant in a civil suit or arbitration.
A highly-qualified construction attorney from our Atlanta law firm can provide you with professional guidance and a variety of legal services to help you best navigate the complexities of construction law. Call Cannon, Mihill & Winkles at (404) 891-6700 to speak with our team of experienced construction lawyers. We are dedicated to acting in your best interest, from your initial consultation until the conclusion of your case.
Construction Law for Homeowners
Cannon, Mihill & Winkles has extensive experience representing homeowners who have questions about the rules and procedures of construction law. If you have any defects or problems with your new home that your contractor refuses to correct, a qualified construction attorneys from our firm is happy to speak with you.
Have you purchased a newly-constructed home only to discover a sink hole that could undermine the foundation? Has a poor grading job caused you to worry that your entire backyard may wash away with the next storm? Maybe the roof that was supposed to withstand a 100-year flood leaks during the smallest amount of rainfall?
Let us help. An experienced construction lawyer from our firm will answer any questions you may have about pursuing construction litigation or arbitration.