South Mississippi, Construction Law Attorneys
Residential or commercial construction projects involve considerable time, money and effort. When disputes over contracts or performance arise, delays can seriously impact your investment and ultimately cost more in terms of money and frustration for everyone. With over twenty years of litigation representation to draw upon, the construction lawyers at Byrd & Wiser, Attorneys at Law, work with construction businesses and lending institutions to quickly resolve disputes and related litigation matters.
South Mississippi Construction Litigation Lawyers
Our skilled litigation professionals assist architects, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and others in protecting their interests. By addressing construction contract disputes in a timely manner, we can help clients avoid losses and profit from successful completion of their building projects.
Byrd & Wiser help clients develop legal strategies that resolve their construction law issues, protect their financial investment, preserve their valuable business relationships. We represent clients in a wide range of construction law and litigation matters, including:
- Commercial or residential structures
- Contract disputes
- Payment collection
- Mechanics liens
- Defective design
- Poor workmanship
- Defective materials
- Building code violations
- Licensing disputes
Dedicated to reviving our community, our construction law attorneys negotiate real estate development contracts and review proposals for the insurance proceeds allocation due to Hurricane Katrina damage. Protecting your rights as early as possible in a case can help result in a more favorable outcome when disputes arise.
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Our construction litigation lawyers provide clients throughout Hancock, Harrison and Jackson Counties with the attentive client service of a small Mississippi practice. Contact our Biloxi, Mississippi construction litigation practice at Byrd & Wiser, Attorneys at Law, for thorough and aggressive protection of your construction law concerns.