Construction law cases typically involve multiple parties and can have a ripple effect that affects every part of your project. When our Leesburg construction law attorney handles your case, we work hard to understand its initial catalyst and reach a favorable resolution. When we represent you, we want to help you reach project completion by ensuring all involved parties live up to their contractual obligations.
Our construction law team at Bogin, Munns & Munns will handle the details of your Leesburg case so that you can focus on your business. We will handle all contract disputes, material and supply issues, and land use, permitting, and zoning issues. We will also handle all communications and correspondence related to your case. When we represent you, we aim to help you resolve these issues and get your Leesburg construction project back on track.
We Handle Construction Law Matters in Leesburg
When our construction law team represents you, we help with the following legal matters:
- Design oversights
- Land use and zoning
- Payments disputes
- Material defects
- Work stoppages
Our construction law team works hard to help you resolve these issues outside of court. If your case requires a trial, we compile evidence and exhibits as part of our client-focused, results-driven representation.
When a construction project veers away from its original design, it can lead to various additional costs. Extra materials, work crews, and delays are only some of these costs. Was a design change caused by an oversight on the part of a contractor, subcontractor, or another related party in the building process?
Our legal team can help you prove project blueprints and design specifications were overlooked or ignored and led to your current situation. We can also help if a design oversight led to a failure to meet required building codes.
Land Use and Zoning
Acquiring land and ensuring it is properly permitted and zoned for your intended use is an important part of your construction project. Our law firm makes sure your project complies with Florida Statutes § 70.51. Doing so can help avoid costly land-use errors later.
Land use in Leesburg, Florida, can be complex. In addition to state law, we make sure your proposed use of land also complies with federal law and local regulations. Doing so means you can use and develop on your land as planned.
Because construction sites involve multiple parties and payments going in and out, many different payment disputes can complicate your Leesburg project and its completion. Payment disputes can involve:
At the beginning of your project, our construction law and construction litigation attorney helps you set payment benchmarks and fight for compensation when they are not met. They can also ensure you receive payments you are due as your project progresses and help you pursue compensation if they are not made.
The quality of your completed construction project is largely dependent on the materials used. If your project has been compromised by substandard building materials, our legal team can help you hold the vendor or supplier accountable. We help you recover even if the material defect was not discovered until after the project was completed or inspected. We also help you resolve issues that delays in receipt or delivery of materials cause.
Work stoppages at construction sites can happen for many reasons. Our law firm will help you recover from a work stoppage caused by material delays, missing or late payments, or for any other reason.
Your construction law case could also have a state-mandated time limit. Accordingly, Florida Statutes § 95.11 generally gives you up to four years to file a real estate-related lawsuit and up to five years to file a breach of contract lawsuit. Our law firm makes sure your case is filed within the allotted time.
To consult with an experienced construction law lawyer serving Leesburg, call 855-780-9986
Let Our Construction Law Attorney Handle Your Case in Leesburg
Construction law issues can mean resolving contract disputes, ending or preventing work stoppages, and proving material shortages or defects. Any or all these disputes can lead to delays that add to your construction project’s bottom line.
Our Bogin, Munns & Munns construction law team will handle your case by:
- Making all required notifications on time
- Filing all court cases on time
- Managing all paperwork and documentation
- Reading and reviewing all relevant contracts
- Replying to questions and addressing concerns
- Representing you throughout the litigation process
Our comprehensive investigation and handling of your case mean you can focus on your business and your current construction project. Our legal team in our office at 628 S. 14th St, Leesburg, Florida 34748, will build an effective case and fight for the best possible outcome.
See Why Previous Clients Recommend Our Law Firm
When you take legal action to resolve your ongoing dispute, your case requires focus, commitment, and attention to detail. Of our legal service and support, previous clients say the following:
- Carmen Gladys Hernandez: The friendliness and the way they helped me with my case. I would use them over and over again. They stayed in constant contact with me and always very efficient with answering my calls. Thank you for everything that you have helped me with.
- Martha Alonso: The lawyers and the case manager were very helpful, so professional, and incredibly nice! Always kept me up to date process and would answer all my questions. If I ever need them again, I [will] contact them! Highly recommend!
Our law firm works hard to provide the ongoing support your case requires while building an effective case file and fighting for the best possible outcome for you.
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Put Our Leesburg Construction Law Team to Work for You
Construction law can be complicated and involve multiple defendants and legal issues. On your own, settling your case or going to court can be challenging. If you are struggling to resolve your building project case in Leesburg, our construction law attorney can help.
Contact our construction law team at Bogin, Munns & Munns to start preparing your case today.