Frisco, TX Construction Litigation Attorneys
Building and infrastructure construction projects are among the most complex undertakings in the world. It’s mind-boggling the number of moving parts: many parties working on tight deadlines in close quarters, relying on dozens – even hundreds – of suppliers and vendors. Even a home building project can involve a dozen subcontractors.
It’s not surprising that construction disputes are common.
Many law firms litigate construction disputes. At Albin Oldner Law, PLLC, we believe our legal practice stands apart. Our experience handling construction contracts and transactions gives our Frisco, TX construction litigation attorneys a deeper understanding of the complex interrelationships and issues involved in big construction projects, and that improves our ability to understand the nuances of the case.
The best measure of our value can be seen in the number of new referrals we consistently receive from current and former construction clients. Ask us for a list of past clients when you contact our Frisco law office to schedule a consultation: (214) 225-9138.
Legal Disputes in Construction Law
We represent owners and buyers, developers, general contractors, subcontractors, lenders, bond companies, title companies, suppliers and vendors, and others involved in construction disputes. We take cases to state and federal court and appellate courts throughout Texas.
We can assist you or your company with these, and other construction-related legal matters:
- Construction defects litigation and Residential Construction Liability Act (IRCLA) claims
- Construction delay claims
- Breach of contract
- Land use and zoning disputes
- Conservation easements
- Mechanic’s and material man’s liens
- Public works liens
- Bond claims and surety disputes
Finding a Resolution to Your Construction Dispute
Each Frisco and Plano construction litigation attorney at our firm has the experience and local knowledge needed to achieve timely, cost-effective results. We do not sacrifice our clients’ needs to achieve our own predetermined goals. We do not cut corners. We stay focused on solutions.
That solution may be in court; but sometimes a quicker and more cost-effective solution can be found. Understanding your clients goals helps us create solutions. Our firm has three highly experienced mediators on staff. If your attorney believes it will be an effective course of action, mediation will be recommended as an option. If mediation fails, a court case can always go forward.