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The bigger the construction project and the more people there are involved, the more complex the contracts become. When there are disagreements about the scope of a contract or the extras after the original contracts were signed, you need a construction litigation attorney who has extensive experience in construction law.
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At the construction litigation law firm of Manetti & Griffith, Ltd., our lawyers have strong business and engineering backgrounds as well as experience in construction law. We understand the issues you are facing. If you are involved in a construction dispute, make sure you have lawyers who listen carefully to the situation, understand the problem, and communicate the legal options clearly so that you can make appropriate decisions.
Our construction litigation attorneys represent architects, engineers, owners, developers, mechanical contractors, masons, plumbers, HVAC, surveyors, general contractors, and subcontractors involved in construction projects, in contracts as well as litigation. Our knowledge of construction and real estate law includes mechanic’s liens and other remedies for disputes.
- Is your construction dispute about the scope of the contract?
What services, labor, and materials were required? Were they provided? Was the performance adequate? Should you negotiate a settlement or litigate? Make sure you have a lawyer from Manetti & Griffith, Ltd. who has a deep understanding of construction and can advise you well.
- Is your dispute about extras?
Pinning down the facts about the extras can be difficult. Was a new contract written to incorporate the changes? If not, who authorized the extras and what was the agreement about services, materials, and labor?
At Manetti & Griffith. Ltd., you will be working with lawyers who know construction law and construction projects in the Chicago area. Talk to us about your Chicagoland construction contract disputes. For more information about construction law, see our information center.