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Experienced Construction Claim Representation

There are a variety of construction disputes and claims that can arise within the construction industry in Clark County. These disputes usually involve multiple parties, including the owner, an engineer, a surveyor, an architect, a general contractor, a subcontractor or a material supplier. The variety and depth of contract disputes make working in the construction industry stressful and difficult. However, when you understand the legal matters involved with being in the construction industry, you can stop worrying about missed work and focus on the important aspects of your job.

Regardless of the type of construction dispute or lawsuit you must face, whether you’re filing a claim against someone else or have had a claim filed against you, May Brock Law Group will provide you with the legal advice and assistance you need to guide you through the process of resolving the dispute, whether that means through settlement negotiations or litigation.

Common Types Of Construction Claims

Construction claims and disputes can involve anyone who worked on the construction project, from engineers and architects to subcontractors and material suppliers, from property owners to general contractors and designers. With that in mind, anyone in the construction industry needs to understand their legal rights and responsibilities, whether to defend a claim against you or to know when you have a right to file a claim against someone else.

Our attorneys can help you with a variety of construction claims, including:

If you are having a problem with a contractor you hired, an owner who hired you or you need to know how to provide a legal defense against someone who is filing a construction claim against you, we can help you put together a solid case that protects your interests.

From Preventing Disputes To Litigating Them, We Are Here For You

Even if you are not currently facing an impending construction claim or lawsuit, it is important that you understand your legal responsibilities as a person working in the construction industry. With each client we work with, we make sure they are well aware of what is going on legally so we can work as a team to keep our clients out of trouble.

We prefer to establish and nurture long-term relationships with our clients. Our clients feel comfortable getting us involved at the early stages of a dispute, which may allow us to assist them in resolving disputes before it gets to the litigation stage. Contact us to learn more about how we can help you. Call 702-960-1270 or complete our online contact form to schedule a consultation.