A Record Of Successful Results In Construction Litigation
Construction disputes often involve multiple interested parties. If something has gone wrong at a construction site, including delays, alleged defects and other potential issues, it is vital to retain the services of a knowledgeable legal advocate to protect your financial and legal rights.
Bennett Aiello Attorneys at Law is a noted commercial litigation firm that has represented architects, developers, contractors, subcontractors and property owners in construction disputes. We are known throughout southern Florida as a premier litigation law firm that can aggressively seek a fair resolution for our clients.
Finding Cost-Effective Solutions To A Wide Array Of Construction Disputes
Our experienced trial lawyers represent clients involved in a variety of construction disputes, including:
- Enforcement of mechanic’s liens
- Substantial completion disputes
- Delay damage claims
- Design suitability and negligent supervision
- Contract disputes
- Construction defects
- Building code compliance
- Building permit disputes
As a result of our extensive experience in the litigation of construction disputes, clients also seek our assistance in the negotiation and drafting of agreements related to construction, architectural and engineering services.
Our attorneys always seek to minimize risk and expense. If disputes are unavoidable, we work diligently to resolve disputes efficiently and with your financial interests in mind. We are also agile in Florida labor law matters.
Alternatives To Litigation
We always consider whether alternatives to litigation may provide an effective means of dispute resolution. Bennett Aiello Attorneys at Law has vast experience in resolving disputes outside of court, including through arbitration and mediation. If you require representation in an arbitrated dispute or during mediated discussions, we can guide you throughout the process and ensure your legal rights are being upheld. We are familiar with arbitration proceedings before the American Arbitration Association and in ad hoc arbitration proceedings involving construction disputes.