Jacksonville, Florida, construction law firm Regan Atwood handles surety bond disputes that arise from construction projects in Florida.
Jacksonville, Florida, construction law firm Regan Atwood has handled performance bond claim disputes and payment bond claim disputes that occur in construction projects in Florida since 2006.
Regan Atwood handles performance bond claim disputes and payment bond claim disputes that occur in construction projects in Florida.
Jeff Regan, managing partner at Regan Atwood, discusses: Can you prove or defend a construction delay?
Jeff Regan, managing partner of Regan Atwood, discusses the issue: Where on a critical path did a construction delay occur?
Jeff Regan explains the additional different site condition claims disputed in Florida by construction contractors and construction sub-contractors on a project. The other type of site condition claim is one that is different in the area geographically than would be expected.
Jacksonville, Florida, law firm Regan Atwood Managing Partner Jeff Regan explains different site condition claims in construction disputed in Florida by contractors and sub-contractors on a project. Different site condition claims include two types: One that’s different than what’s shown in the plan specifications, and the other one would be where the conditions differ from what you would normally expect in that geographical area.
Attorney Chad Walker of Regan Atwood of Orlando and Jacksonville, Fla., explains when to call a lawyer when a construction defect occurs.
Attorney Charles R. Walker, Jr., explains that a payment bond is a substitute for a lien against property. Claims of lien and payment bonds are both about protecting a contractor’s or a supplier’s ability to get paid.
What is construction lien law? Jacksonville, Florida, attorneys Jeff Regan and Gene Atwood of Regan Atwood in Orlando, Fla., explain what construction lien law is in an overview.