Are you involved in a construction lawsuit? Our firm can review your contracts, examine or inspect construction jobs to determine their structural soundness or integrity, and help resolve disputes arising from disagreements regarding contracts, scope of work, contractors, or subcontractors. Construction law can be complex because there may be many parties involved: from owners to contractors and sub-contractors.

If you are losing money due to missed deadlines or believe that the work performed is riddled with defects, you may have the right to seek damages or remedies under the law. You may have started out with one quote, but may find that the price is ballooning. Or, perhaps you are working for a client who keeps changing the work order but doesn’t want to pay for these changes and the additional time it costs you and your sub-contractors.

What if you are not being paid for work you have performed as a contractor? Under the law, you may have remedies available to you. For example, you may be able to seek a mechanic’s lien against the property on which you worked and fight to receive the money you are owed. In recent news, we have heard of cases where prominent individuals have failed to pay their contractors. However, you don’t have to suffer in silence. If you are facing an issue with payment, speak with Gatlin Voelker, PLLC.

Gatlin Voelker, PLLC works closely with owners, contractors, and other stakeholders to help them seek the justice and remedies they may deserve under the law. If you are embroiled in a contract dispute in Kentucky or Ohio, contact us today. We can help.

If you are having problems with a home covered by a written warranty from a contractor, it is important to understand exactly what your warranty covers and to contact your contractor as soon as you notice a problem. Capture the problem in photographs and send your complaint to the contractor in writing. Keep records of your contact with the contractor. If you are having difficulty getting a contractor to honor your written warranty, you may want to speak to an attorney at Gatlin Voelker, PLLC. Our firm can review your warranty, contact your contractor, and fight to resolve your dispute. Rather than spending thousands to fix the problem yourself, you may want to consider making a claim against the contractor to fix the problem if the warranty is still valid.

When it comes to construction disputes, Gatlin Voelker, PLLC works hard to resolve the dispute outside of court, but also isn’t afraid to take your claim to court if needed. We understand that each stakeholder in a construction dispute has a significant stake in the outcome. From your reputation to your pocketbook-we offer protection and help. We can help you resolve a range of concerns related to construction law. With our firm grasp of eminent domain, construction law, and ability to seek liens on behalf of our clients, we fight to use the full protections of the law for our clients. Contact Gatlin Voelker, PLLC today to learn more about your options and rights.

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