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Construction Law Attorneys in Nebraska

Construction law is a specialized area of law often involving complicated issues the attorneys of Berkshire & Burmeister have knowledge and experience handling.  From negotiating contracts to litigating disputes, our attorneys can help you prevent or resolve construction law matters that can be costly and time-consuming for your household or company.

Preventing Problems Through Carefully Negotiated and Drafted Construction Agreements

One of the best ways to avoid time-consuming and costly construction disputes is to begin with a carefully negotiated and drafted construction agreement. Our Nebraska construction law attorneys understand the unique challenges involved in construction. We begin by gaining insight into your priorities, goals, and needs. We then work with you to negotiate a fair and reasonable contract with terms that protect your interests.

Our legal team works diligently to ensure the contract addresses each item of the construction process thoroughly and clearly, and we provide legal advice and guidance through each stage of the project from beginning to end.

If a dispute arises along the way, our lawyers are intimately familiar with your project, the terms of the contract, and your goals. We will work quickly and efficiently to resolve the dispute so that you can continue your construction timeline and avoid lost time and money.

Resolving Construction Disputes Effectively and Efficiently

If you encounter a problem related to construction law, our Nebraska construction law lawyers can help to prevent and solve disputes and disagreements to save stress, time, and money. If appropriate, we employ alternative dispute resolution approaches such as mediation and arbitration.

Nevertheless, our lawyers are seasoned trial attorneys who do not shy away from litigating matters when it is in our client’s best interest to pursue legal action to resolve a construction dispute. We will work to devise a strategy that is in your best interest based on the specific circumstances and facts related to your construction law matter.

Do You Need a Construction Law Attorney in Nebraska?

Construction law attorneys handle much more than contracts and disputes. Your construction law attorney assists you throughout the entire project to help you meet deadlines, adhere to codes and regulations, and remain within budget. A construction law attorney is a vital member of your construction team.

Some of the reasons why you may want to consider consulting with a construction law attorney in your area include:

  • Reviewing and drafting contracts, including construction contracts and contracts for subcontractors, vendors, employees, and suppliers
  • Obtaining required permits and licenses
  • Researching local, state, and federal codes and regulations
  • Planning a new project or having difficulty with an existing project
  • Ensuring accounts receivable are protected and covered in the terms of a contract
  • Submitting construction claims and filing construction liens and mechanic’s liens
  • Assisting with construction proposals
  • Contract amendments and terminations
  • Dispute resolution with anyone related to the project

The construction law attorneys of Berkshire & Burmeister provide you with the legal counsel, guidance, and support you need regarding construction law matters in Nebraska.

Contact Our Law Firm for More Information

If you have questions regarding any matter related to construction law, contact the Law Firm of Berkshire & Burmeister by calling 402-827-7000.

Our legal team is here to help you every step of the way through the construction process. We represent owners, contractors, material suppliers, subcontractors, designers, architects, and other individuals and companies involved in the construction process.

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