Work With Knowledgeable Construction Law Attorneys
Reaching completion on a construction project requires many parties working together. At any point in the construction process, you need solid contracts and efficient dispute resolution strategies. That said, how these disputes are handled can make a significant difference in business performance immediately or in the long term.
If you are an owner, developer, architect, engineer, general contractor, construction manager, subcontractor or supplier needing help with construction-related contract, or are involved in a dispute in or near Chicagoland and throughout DuPage County, it is important to reach out to a skilled lawyer to protect your rights and reach the best resolution in a timely manner.
Helping Businesses Address Construction Matters At Any Stage Of The Job
Chitkowski Law Offices prides itself on providing in-house legal counsel services to small to midsized businesses working through construction issues. Construction law is an important focus for the firm; as such, it can help you address matters regardless of the stage of construction in which you find yourself. The firm can help address issues related to:
- Architect and engineer agreements
- Construction general terms and conditions
- Owner/contractor agreements
- Subcontractor agreements
When litigation seems necessary, experience in the courtroom matters. Contact the firm for the help you need for innovative resolutions involving:
- Construction defects
- Change orders
- Construction disputes and delays
- Landowner disputes
- Foundation work dispute resolution
- Mechanic’s liens and bond claims
- OSHA matters
Because the firm fuses its hands-on tailored representation with years of experience in Illinois, it is able to work directly with clients to understand their immediate and long-term business needs. From there, it can quickly address all issues while communicating all case developments to clients at every stage of the case.
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When you have a job on a schedule, you do not have time to spare. Whenever possible, the firm seeks to resolve issues through mediation, arbitration and other forms of alternative dispute resolution.