St. Louis, MO:

Cockriel & Christofferson, LLC

Cockriel & Christofferson, LLC
  • St. Louis, MO
  • 3660 South Geyer, Suite 320, St. Louis, MO 63127-1223
  • Construction Law
  • Peer Reviews
    5.0/5.0 (12)
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About our St. Louis, MO: office

Since 1997, our law firm, Cockriel & Christofferson, LLC, has successfully represented parties engaged in building and construction in both Missouri and Illinois. We are ready to assist you in all matters relating to:

-Construction law

-Construction litigation

-Business litigation

Our clients span the entire spectrum of the construction process:

-Contractors, subcontractors and suppliers - including those with mechanic's lien claims

-Architects, engineers and other design professionals

-Sureties and insurance companies - including those requiring performance and payment bond defense

-Owners, developers and lenders

Our firm has extensive experience litigating, arbitrating and mediating all forms of construction disputes. Our clients rely on us for legal advice in construction contract disputes, defective design and construction claims, payment disputes, and other construction matters. We have prosecuted and defended against mechanic's liens, ranging from $500 to more than $1,000,000.

Our talented attorneys have honed their skills in Missouri and Illinois state courts, federal court and in private mediation and arbitration proceedings. We have litigated projects ranging from defense of a subconsulting engineer in Metrolink's $100 million lawsuit against the Cross-County Extension's designers in 2007, to representing builders and owners in small residential construction defect cases. We have provided counsel on projects ranging from sanitary landfill construction and power plant development, to commercial shopping center and residential subdivision development, to custom home construction and account collection for small contractors. Our clients tend to be small to medium-sized companies, including mom and pop shops - clients who appreciate our personalized service, attention to detail and high ethical standards, for which our firm is AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®.

Office Details

Contact Information:
314-821-4200  Phone
314-821-4264  Fax
Mailing Address:
3660 South Geyer, Suite 320, St. Louis, MO 63127-1223
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  • Areas of Practice (9)

    Specific Areas of Practice for our St. Louis office:

    • Construction Law
    • Commercial Litigation
    • Business Litigation
    • Construction Contracts
    • Construction Litigation
    • Construction And Surety Law
    • Construction Claims
    • Construction Arbitration
    • Mechanics Liens

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    • Construction Law, Commercial Litigation, Business Litigation, Construction Contracts, Construction Litigation, Construct ...

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    Peer Reviews

    • 5.0/5.0 (12 reviews)
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