Have you been accused of breaching your subcontract?
Do you have a construction dispute and don’t know how to handle it?
Have payments on a job stopped due to a dispute?
We are here to help you with your contract disputes in
Texas, Georgia, and California.
Construction Contract Disputes
At The Cromeens Law Firm, we have extensive knowledge and understanding of construction contract laws and are licensed in Texas, Georgia, and California. Whether you are attempting to enforce contract terms or are being accused of breaching your contract, our team can help you fully understand your rights regarding the contract, and lay out a strategy to help you maintain the best possible outcome that is also cost-effective. Breach of contract disputes in the construction industry requires a strong attention to detail and deep knowledge of both contract and construction law, and our lawyers possess it all.
Here at The Cromeens Law Firm, we try everything in our power to keep our clients out of the courtroom. Construction litigation can be incredibly costly and time-consuming and it often results in a lose-lose situation. If construction litigation is not necessary, we will help you resolve the issue outside of the courtroom so that you can keep your business going and the payments flowing. We are often able to solve contract disputes for our clients through informal negotiations, mediation, or arbitration in Texas, Georgia, and California.
Learn about our different pricing options including our low-cost general retainer.
No hassle. No fuss. No hidden fees. Just our promise to protect you and your construction business.
Do you see trouble ahead on your current construction project?
Contact Our Construction Contract Attorneys to Ensure that Your Interests Are Protected
Contact The Cromeens Law Firm, PLLC, if you think you have the grounds for a breach of contract lawsuit or you are facing one. We will work as hard and as diligently as we can to achieve a positive outcome on your behalf.
Our work in the construction field, representing both plaintiffs and defendants, gives us a unique perspective to address these matters. We draw from years of experience to craft a strategy unique to your needs, predict the arguments the other side will make, and anticipate potential problems before they develop.
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, check out our blog or our sister company, The Subcontractor Institute.