Winegarden, Haley, Lindholm, Tucker & Himelhoch, PLC Covers All Facets of a Construction Project
Over the history of our firm, Winegarden, Haley, Lindholm, Tucker & Himelhoch, PLC has counseled clients on many issues that may arise with a construction project. Whether it is contract preparation, contract negotiations, project management, dispute management and resolution throughout the project, or assembling, asserting and litigating claims after a project has been completed, our attorneys are superbly skilled to protect your interests. Our goal is to get projects to the finish line effectively, efficiently and economically.
Construction areas of concentration
We represent Owners, General Contractors, Subcontractors, Suppliers, Laborers, Lenders and Sureties on both Private and Public Commercial, Residential and Industrial construction projects. A portion of the many issues we handle include:
- Breach of Contract
- Claim Preparation
- Code Violations
- Contract/Design Preparation
- Defective/Nonconforming Work
- Delays or Acceleration Issues
- Dispute Resolution/Arbitration/Mediation
- Licensing and Permits
- Mechanics Liens and Foreclosures
- Payment and Performance Bonds and Claims
- Plan and Specification Interpretation and Disputes
- Project Closeout
- Termination and Default
Assisting construction firms and owners in collection and payment matters
Even after a project has been successfully completed, contractors might not be paid according to the agreed-upon terms. The Winegarden, Haley, Lindholm, Tucker & Himelhoch, PLC law firm represents clients in such situations so that the proper payment is made. If need be, we can establish a construction lien to protect and enforce your right to be paid for your work. We also represent owners to sort out these same issues and to help clean up and get problem projects back on track or closed.
Knowledgeable counsel for all types of construction contract disputes
The multifaceted nature of most construction projects leads to a series of formal and informal agreements between contractors, subcontractors and the individual or business authorizing the work. Unfortunately, when problems occur, there is often finger-pointing between parties, and contract terms don’t always provide suitable answers. In contract disputes, we can analyze the terms of each agreement and pursue a favorable resolution for you or your business.
Contact our Grand Blanc construction attorneys for Michigan claims
Winegarden, Haley, Lindholm, Tucker & Himelhoch, PLC represents Michigan clients in all matters concerning construction law and litigation and a wide range of other practice areas. Call 810-767-3600 or contact us online to schedule a meeting at our Grand Blanc office.