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Burr & Forman's construction attorneys take extremely complex construction cases to trial and arbitration.

We provide advice and assistance to all sectors of the construction industry, such as general contractors, private and public owners, subcontractors, suppliers, developers, architects, engineers, construction managers, insurance companies, and surety companies on all issues involving the construction process. Examples include:

  • Administrative Proceedings of Industry Licensing Boards
  • Bid Mistakes and Bid Protests
  • Bonds and Insurance Claims
  • Changes and Design Issues
  • Claim Avoidance and Resolution
  • Claims Preparation
  • Construction Accidents
  • Construction Defects
  • Cost Overrun Disputes
  • Defective Plans and Specifications
  • Delays, Scheduling and Acceleration
  • Design Errors and Omissions
  • Differing Site Conditions
  • Environmental Litigation
  • Faulty Products and Failures
  • Impact and Inefficiency Claims
  • Insurance Coverage Disputes
  • Litigation and Arbitration
  • Manufacturing and Heavy Industrial
  • Mechanic's and Materialman's Liens
  • Mediation
  • Negligence Claims

We assist our clients from the beginning of the project, with drafting and negotiating contracts, and throughout the project to lend advice and assist with claims avoidance. If claims do arise, we have extensive experience to help resolve these claims.


 
 
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Changes to Florida's Construction Defect Notice Statute
Matthew Stock,Peter C. Vilmos, July 01, 2015
Florida Governor Rick Scott signed a new bill that changes Florida's construction defect notice statute, effective October 1, 2015. Changes to the Florida statute include: (I) an amendment to section 558.001, revising legislative intent; (II) an amendment to section 558.002, revising the definition...