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Commercial construction in Florida involves billions of dollars in investments and contracts each year, often associated with projects involving new construction, additions, alterations, maintenance and repairs of office, retail, hotel, agricultural, and entertainment buildings throughout the state.
When these projects are met with claims for breach of contract, negligence, fraud, deceptive trade practices, negligent misrepresentation, or breach of express or implied warranties arising out of both public and private projects throughout Florida, our experienced construction attorneys at MLG Business Litigation Group help our clients handle these complex disputes by providing customized legal solutions that produce results.
Construction disputes can occur on any project, large or small, and the more parties involved in the disagreement, the more complex the solution.
At The MLG Business Litigation Group, our construction attorneys represent clients in all types of construction industry conflicts, including:
Our construction litigators in Florida facilitate legal solutions for each of our client’s unique needs, including multi-party disputes that require experienced representation to produce real-time results and long-term resolutions that benefit our client’s position in the project.
At The MLG Business Litigation Group, our construction attorneys in Florida provide a full range of construction-related legal services and routinely offer experienced counsel and representation in the following practice areas:
At The MLG Business Litigation Group, our knowledgeable construction attorneys will evaluate your dispute and determine your options for filing a viable lawsuit for your unique legal challenges by customizing a positive outcome inside and outside the courtroom.
Our skilled Florida construction attorneys work with leading experts to help solidify our cases and convince juries that the conduct of the at-fault professional in question did not satisfy the applicable standard of care or prove that they did not uphold their contractual obligations.
At The MLG Business Litigation Group, our construction attorneys handle disputes from the investigation phase to the necessary pleadings, discovery and pre-trial details, so our clients are confident in our legal approach from our very first meeting, through the settlement or trial phase.
If your case failed to produce results during the first legal process — whether you were initially represented by a different law firm or our own — we may recommend an appeal by identifying issues that were not raised in the first trial and formulate renewed strategies through additional evidence that allows our construction litigation attorneys to present documents and oral arguments that support your position before the appellate courts.
Like most litigation requirements, injured parties do not have an endless opportunity to pursue a legal remedy for their damages.
The same is true for construction-related lawsuits.
Our Florida Statute of Limitations on construction litigation cases include:
The statute of limitations for parties to pursue property owners for services rendered per the terms of an agreed-upon and executed contract for cases involving foreclosures or liens, the filing deadline is one year.
The filing deadline is four years for cases involving actions for design, planning, or construction against contractors or construction companies for improvements resulting from defective materials — or is extended to ten years if the defects are deemed latent.
If you are involved in a construction-related dispute that can only be remedied legally, contact our experienced construction litigation lawyers in Florida today to learn how we can build your case for success.
If you have suffered damages in a construction-related project, contact our experienced Florida attorneys at the MLG Business Litigation Group today by calling (786) 706-9228 to determine which legal remedies will allow you to return to your pre-litigation position by holding the offending party, or parties, liable for their misconduct.