Mulligan Law Office has skilled construction litigation attorneys to represent contractors and homeowners in construction disputes in Jackson, WY and the surrounding areas. Contact us at (307) 733-5961 to schedule a consultation.

Not every law practice has experience handling construction litigation. It’s important to find a construction litigation lawyer who is knowledgeable about the ins and outs of this practice area, which can involve real estate law, contract law, and litigation. A thorough understanding of the construction process is essential for these cases as well.

Construction litigation cases may involve any of the following issues:

  • Bid Disputes and Protests
  • Bond and Insurance Claims
  • Construction Defects
  • Mediation and Arbitration
  • Lien Claims
  • Professional Negligence
  • Construction Delay
  • Payment Claims

Our construction litigation attorneys have represented builders, property management companies, homeowners, architects, general contractors, subcontractors, and condominium associations throughout Wyoming in a wide range of legal conflicts in the courtroom and in arbitration.

We understand that no one wants to be involved in litigation over a construction project. If you’re a contractor or builder, it can impact your livelihood and your ability to pay your bills. For homeowners, these disputes may cause you undue stress and even leave you scrambling to find a place to live if construction on your home has stopped or created an unlivable environment. We’ll help you determine appropriate damages that take into account not only your out-of-pocket losses, but also the disruption to your daily life.

When you work with a construction litigation attorney at Mulligan Law Office, you can be assured that you will receive personalized service, frequent communication to keep you updated on the progress of your case, and understanding as you go through a stressful time. 

Contact us at (307) 733-5961 today to schedule a consultation with one of our skilled construction litigation lawyers to discuss your case.