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Construction litigation attorneys deal specifically with construction law and parties from the building industry: subcontractors, contractors, construction managers, developers, engineers, and architects.
Construction litigation attorneys deal with matters regarding disputes over contract negotiations, construction failures, late project completion, and work-site safety violations or accidents.
Consumer construction litigation attorneys typically represent the end-user of apartments, homes, offices or public structures.
Construction litigation attorneys listed here are recognized by their peers for their professional achievements.
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