Effectively Resolving Your Construction Litigation Claim

The Bainbridge Law Firm, L.L.C., provides qualified and comprehensive representation to commercial property owners, residential homeowners and contractors in a wide variety of construction law disputes and lawsuits. We strive to help clients understand their rights and options for protecting their interests.

We pride ourselves and rest our reputation on the premise that communication, accessibility and one-on-one personal attention are the keys to a successful attorney-client relationship. We are dedicated to maintaining these characteristics throughout the entirety of our representation of a client in a case involving construction law or other legal issue. Our practice is litigation-centered, and we confidently and persuasively argue clients' cases in and out of court.

Contact us today to learn more about any of the construction law issues listed below or other areas of practice.

What Construction Defect Litigation Entails

After a construction project is completed, the property owner may notice defects in the work or faulty construction. If you find yourself in this situation, we can help you take action against the construction company or contractor who is responsible for the defective work that was done.

Complaints Through the Registrar of Contractors (ROC)

The Arizona Registrar of Contractors (ROC) is committed to the promotion of quality construction services though a regulatory and licensing system. If you have issues with a licensed contractor, we can help you lodge a complaint with the ROC, if necessary.

Handling Of Breach of Contract Claims

Most construction projects are based upon a contract between the construction company or contractor and the individuals requesting the construction services. Any violation of the terms of the contract on either side may be subject to litigation on grounds that the contract was breached.

Resolving Disputes Regarding Mechanic's Liens

Sometimes called "materialmen's liens," mechanic's liens guarantee that those who provide labor, materials or services on a construction project are paid for the work that they do. If the lien is not paid, the holder of the mechanic's lien may sell the property in order to collect payment. We provide representation to property owners, contractors, subcontractors and others involved in mechanic's lien litigation.

We also handle arbitrations involving construction law disputes.

Do you have questions or concerns regarding your construction law matters and disputes? Contact us or call an Arizona construction law attorney today at 602-274-6369 to arrange your consultation.

For an analysis of the documentation and legal opinion of your case from a skilled lawyer, we charge $195 for the initial consultation.