Some people may find it hard to believe, but Construction Law is actually quite complicated. It is, in fact, a combination of several different types of law such as contract law, commercial law, planning law and employment law. If you are business or resident in the Town of Babylon and work in construction or engineering, or you are looking to remodel your home, there is a chance that one day you might need a Construction Lawyer. When that day comes, take into consideration using the knowledge and over 30 years of experience of Mikel J. Hoffman.
Construction Law Consultations and Representation – Contractors
Mikel J. Hoffman has helped his clients in Babylon, the rest of Long Island and the New York Metropolitan area by assisting general contractors and subcontractors in all phases of commercial construction projects. As a professional, you should protect yourself, your employees, and your business by having an experienced Construction Lawyer help you with:
- Post-construction litigation
- Draft and review contracts to help maximize leverage in post-construction litigation disputes.
- Post-construction collection procedures including:
- Mechanic’s liens
- Foreclosure actions
These are just a few aspects of Construction Law that you should be familiar with and can one day be extremely beneficial for you and your company.
Construction Law Consultations and Representation – Homeowners
If you are a homeowner, keep in mind there is no such thing as a “standard form contract.” When signing up with any contractor or construction company, it’s always advised to have a lawyer inspect the contract so you can be informed of your legal rights. For example, you are not responsible for paying subcontractors if you have already paid the main contractor. It’s important to know your rights as a homeowner when it comes to Construction Law and we can help you better understand what they are.
For a FREE consultation or legal advice regarding Construction Law in Babylon give us a call at (631) 661-2121 or fill out the contact form.
The information in this material is not intended as tax or legal advice. It may not be used for the purpose of avoiding creditors or any federal or state tax penalties. Please consult legal or tax professionals for specific information regarding your individual situation and estate planning.