Intimate Knowledge Of Florida’s Construction Laws

Florida construction law is like a puzzle with 10,000 pieces — an elaborate mix of complex real construction laws that demand a comprehensive familiarity with Florida state and Alachua County codes and regulations.

At Moody, Salzman, Lash & Locigno, Attorneys & Counselors at Law, our team possesses intimate knowledge of complicated construction laws. In fact, partner Robert A. Lash has hands-on experience as a former builder and general contractor. He leverages this advanced knowledge to assist homeowners, builders and more with resolving legal matters

Full-Spectrum Legal Representation For Construction Disputes And More

Our firm represents all sides during construction disputes. We routinely handle cases on behalf of homeowners, contractors, subcontractors, developers and builders in matters related to poor construction, water intrusion, mold or structural issues. In these instances, our Gainesville-based firm is ready to jump into action to represent our clients' interests.

Your construction contract should specify how you can legally handle these sorts of disputes. Failure to make timely payments often frustrate the construction process. Contractors often stop the job for nonpayment while client claims defect in construction. The dispute between delays in construction and defective work can often be resolved through a properly drafted contract. Should review of the contract fail to provide a remedy, our construction law department will assist our clients in resolution of the dispute.

Experienced Construction Law Attorneys In Your Corner

Our construction law attorneys are also well-versed in all aspects of real estate law matters and are happy to assist you with:

  • Disputes, problems and questions
  • Inspections
  • Licenses
  • Liens and lien litigation
  • Contracts
  • Contractor liability
  • Engineer liability
  • Architect liability and more

Call Or Email Today To Arrange A Consultation Session

Partner Robert A. Lash is a state-certified general contractor/developer, a real estate broker and a former professor at the University of Florida School of Building Construction. Whether for a single-family residence or multistory commercial projects as your legal representation this understanding of the process is priceless when cross-examining opposing parties and expert witnesses in litigation.

Reach our Alachua County office by calling 352-559-8019 or completing a contact form on our website.