Your Business Deserves to be Protected

Construction Law for Your Business

At The Cromeens Law Firm, we understand Texas construction laws. Our team of attorneys has extensive experience in multi-party construction disputes and can provide exceptional legal counseling in all aspects of construction law. We pride ourselves on being your business partner and curating creative solutions to best protect your business on the front-end. We believe in the proactive approach to educate you on the dangers you may face in your construction projects, so you can avoid costly litigation. We are your Texas construction law attorneys that will always provide high quality, cost-effective results that exceed your expectations.

Sparking Change in Construction Law

Your Partners in Business

Our dependable and experienced Texas construction attorneys are your business partners in the construction industry. We take a preventative, and cost-effective, approach so that your business is prepared on the front-end, before a dispute ever arises.

Trust in our Texas construction lawyers to help your company with:

  • Construction Claims & Disputes
  • Construction Defaults and Defects
  • Construction Contract Creation and Review
  • Construction Litigation, Mediation, and Arbitration
  • Title Searches and Real Estate Contract Review
  • Business Formation
  • Employment Law and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Claims
  • OSHA Defense
  • Bankruptcy Filings and Creditor’s Rights
  • Breach of Contract Claims
  • General Contract Review and Contract Creation
  • Construction Liens & Releases
  • Business Debt Collections
  • Demand and Intent Letters
  • Bond Claims
  • Post-Judgment Collections
We are here to help contractors respond to any legal issue. Did you receive a contract and don’t know if you should sign it, or did you get a demand letter and don’t know how to respond? Send it over to our Texas construction attorneys and we will advise you on the best way to tackle all your construction needs.

Commonly Asked Questions

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What do I do if I become involved in a construction dispute?

Put everything in writing and call your friendly Cromeens Law Firm attorney to tackle the next steps to protect you and your business.

Is there a set of laws that protect contractors when it comes to contracts?

There are no laws to protect you. That is why identifying and understanding the risks are so important to your business. Call The Cromeens Law Firm to discuss all the terms before you sign your next contract. You need to be aware of all the terms and what you are agreeing to.

Why should I use an attorney to file a lien?

Our experienced attorneys and lien department know how to do the research to find the correct Owner. They know what needs to be in a lien and what notices are required. Filing for an M&M lien in the State of Texas can be a very complicated process, but trust that your Texas Mechanic’s and Materialmen’s Lien attorneys at The Cromeens Law Firm, PLLC, will work hard to make sure you get paid for your services.

Once you become a client of The Cromeens Law Firm, we are your one-stop shop for any legal issues that arise.

 Payment Options Built for You

To accommodate all of our client’s needs, we offer a combination of flat-rate pricing, monthly subscription plans, and the traditional general retainer.

Protect Your Hard-Earned Money by Contacting The Cromeens Law Firm Today!

Our experienced team is ready to serve you. We believe in the proactive approach to educate you on the dangers you may face in your construction projects. Our team is equipped teach you how to prevent expensive litigation before your next construction project.
If you are interested in learning more about the subcontract and educating yourself on what you can do to protect your subcontracting business on the front end, visit The Subcontractor Institute

If you are interested in learning more about the subcontract and educating yourself on what you can do to protect your subcontracting business on the front end, visit The Subcontractor Institute.