Protecting Your Contractual Interests
A construction contract is intended to protect all the parties and make sure everyone knows what they’re agreeing to. But in too many cases, there is misunderstanding, error or failure to fulfill the contractual obligations.
When this happens, it is critical to have an attorney on your side who you can trust to protect your interests throughout the process. I am Adam M. Wolfe, Tampa, Florida, attorney and founder of Wolfe Law Tampa PLLC. I have been providing sound counsel and advocacy for clients in construction contract disputes and other construction law matters for more than 20 years.
Breach Of Contract
In one way or another, the vast majority of construction contract disputes come down to breach of contract.
- Failure to perform
- Construction defects
- Misunderstanding of the contractual obligations
- Failure to pay and construction liens
In most construction projects, significant financial resources are committed by everyone involved. When things go wrong, there is a lot at stake.