Supplier Disputes

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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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When owners, contractors or subcontractors are involved in supplier disputes, it can lead to a serious disruption in any construction project. Delays may lead to increased expenses, loss of revenue, and possibly even failure to complete the project. If you or your company are involved in a supplier dispute, your interests will likely be best served if you have legal representation.

The lawyers at AWD LAW have the experience and knowledge necessary to represent your interests in a supplier dispute and to ensure that your project gets back on track as soon as possible. Our team is familiar with the laws regarding liens, payment schedules, and other construction contracts. Whether your dispute arises out of the quality of the supplies, breach of performance or guarantee, nonpayment of an invoice, or any other issue, AWD LAW will ensure that your interests are aggressively represented. We will work closely with you to develop a unique strategy to ensure that you receive the most favorable outcome possible.

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 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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