Nashville Construction Lawyers
Protecting Your Rights from Planning to Completion in Nashville & Williamson County
Upkins Law provides knowledgeable legal counsel to owners, architects, contractors, subcontractors, developers, suppliers, and other parties involved in any stage of Nashville-area construction projects. These are complex and expensive matters that can have profound legal and financial ramifications, and our goal is to simplify matters so your project can run as smoothly as possible. Zoning, contracts, and regulatory guidelines are just a few of the many legal issues that must be considered when undertaking any construction project in Tennessee. Our team can work proactively to avoid disputes and noncompliance, and we can become involved if a problem has already arisen that requires legal attention.
To learn more about our construction law services, call (615) 235-1991. Your initial consultation is free!
Our Construction Law Services
Providing proper counsel in the complex and often litigious area of construction law requires a comprehensive understanding of the many issues related to planning, executing, and completing a project of any size. At Upkins Law, we understand the legal matters at hand as well as the construction process itself. Our goal is to help your job site run as efficiently and safely as possible.
A Nashville construction lawyer from our team can provide counsel related to such matters as:
- Building codes
- Building permits
- Construction contract drafting, review, and negotiation
- Construction defects
- Construction delays
- Construction dispute arbitration and mediation
- Construction liens
- Construction litigation
- Construction violations
- Fire regulations
- Labor and employment matters
- Wage requirements
- Zoning issues
Tennessee Construction Defect Law
In Tennessee, any construction defect cases have a statute of repose, or statute of limitations, of four years. This is true regardless of when the defect is discovered. The only exception to this is in cases of blatant fraudulent concealment. Additionally, some contracts can require a claim to be filed sooner.
If you suspect a construction defect, it's important to reach out to an attorney as soon as possible. We can look over any involved construction contracts and act quickly to get your case started.
Owners & Construction Defects
If you are a property owner and you have discovered a defect on your property, it is important to determine whether you may have grounds for legal action against the builder, contractor, subcontractor, engineer, or other responsible party. Because there are variances in any construction project, an attorney’s insight and experience will prove invaluable in defect cases. At Upkins Law, we can investigate the problem to see whether it is an issue of poor workmanship, substandard materials, or an improper design. We can then pursue fair compensation to repair the defect and recoup your losses.
Contact Our Nashville Construction Law Attorney Today
You can save time and money with the right construction law attorney on your side. Whether you are a developer, contractor, property owner, builder, or other party involved in a construction project in the Nashville area, consider involving Upkins Law to address your legal needs. From the initial planning phase all the way through to the completion of your project and beyond, we can provide the hands-on guidance and counsel you deserve.
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