Breach of Contract: Construction Contractors
California Breach of Construction Contract Attorneys
A construction contract is an agreement between a homeowner (or commercial property owner) and a builder detailing the specifics of new construction or remodeling. Upon agreement, both sides are obligated to perform according to the terms of the contract. For homeowners, construction on their home already complicates their lives. A breach of construction contract can wreak havoc on their living space, finances and create further disruption for individuals and families. During as construction contract dispute, commercial property owners could suffer financial setbacks and a huge cut in their profit margins. Bradshaw & Associates, P.C. is the knowledgeable construction contract attorney San Francisco contractors and homeowners consult to review their contract and prevent disputes.
Contractors must also protect themselves from breach of contract and non-payment or they could be left owing sub-contractors and suppliers thousands of dollars. Our legal team that specializes in contract disputes can help contractors with stop payment notices and mechanics liens to recover lost funds.
At the San Francisco law firm of Bradshaw & Associates, P.C., we know that contractors must follow specific rules on a construction project, and that, unfortunately, many do not. From license and bond mistakes to unapproved change orders and from substandard work to abandoning projects before completion, our detailed knowledge of California construction law and reputation for getting results is well-known in the San Francisco area.
If you are looking for a law firm that specializes in contract disputes then put our experience and expertise to work on your case. Contact our Bay Area law office for a confidential consultation with our experienced legal team specializing in contract disputes.
Handling All Breach of Construction Contract Claims
As a law firm experienced in handling many types of contract disputes, we have the background and resources to effectively assist clients in resolving complaints and lawsuits for a breach of construction contract involving:
- New construction or remodeling
- Defective home construction
- Construction damage to homes and buildings
- Construction delays
- Abandonment claims
- Unlicensed contractors or subcontractors
- Early demand for payment and other payment issues
- Mechanics’ liens
- Use of substandard materials
- Unapproved changes or work
Helping Owners Find Results in Construction Contract Disputes
If you believe that a contractor may be liable for the breach of a construction contract, we invite you to contact a breach of contract construction attorney at Bradshaw & Associates, P.C. to discuss your legal concerns in a free consultation.