Construction Litigation

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Flagstaff office

123 N. San Francisco St. 3rd Floor
Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
(800) 774-1478

Sedona office

120 Soldiers Pass Rd
Sedona, Arizona 86336
(800) 774-1478
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Whether large or small, construction projects typically include multiple parties, diverse interests, and significant financial investments. Because of the complexity of interests involved, disputes may arise at any stage of the project concerning a range of different issues.

The attorneys at AWD LAW are well versed in the many legal issues that relate to the construction industry, and we are able to represent you or your company at any stage of your project. If litigation arises, we are willing to advocate aggressively to obtain the most favorable and cost-effective result possible. Whether you are an owner, contractor, subcontractor, or architect, we have the skill and experience necessary to ensure that you receive a fair outcome in any construction litigation with which you are involved. Our goal is to get your project back on track.

For projects on which payment is an issue, AWD LAW lawyers can assist with the foreclosure of mechanic's and materialmen's lien claims or the defense of those claims.

In any case involving construction companies, the AWD LAW lawyers are mindful of administrative and licensing implications. We routinely work with the Arizona Registrar of Contractors (ROC) to address concerns about licensing. We also handle administrative complaints filed with the ROC, either on behalf of homeowners or in defense of licensed contractors who have received such a complaint.

We are Northern Arizona’s civil litigation & appeals lawyers. If you need to speak with an AWD LAW lawyer specializing in civil litigation and appeals, contact us today at (928) 774-1478!

We can help you evaluate the circumstances of your case and determine your best options for the most successful outcome possible.

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