Sarasota Attorney For Construction Delay Damages

Anyone involved in a construction project can lose money due to delays. If your project has been delayed, you may need the help of an experienced construction law attorney to recover the delay damages you are owed.

At Michael L. Morgan Law Group, we help property owners, contractors, subcontractors and other parties to construction projects seek legal remedies when project delays result in losses. We handle negotiation, mediation, arbitration and litigation of delay claims involving:

  • Breach of contract
  • Losses due to inefficiency or poor performance
  • Missed deadlines
  • Design defects
  • Differing site conditions
  • Cardinal, constructive and directed changes
  • Equitable adjustments
  • Project abandonment
  • Payments and collections
  • Surety bonds

Let us help you hold the responsible party accountable. Contact a delay damages lawyer at Michael L. Morgan Law Group in Sarasota. We advise and represent clients throughout southwestern Florida.

'No Damages For Delay Clauses' — Are They Always Enforceable?

Some construction contracts include clauses that are meant to limit the parties' right to recover delay damages. However, these "no damages for delay clauses" can sometimes be overridden, particularly if one party's active interference in the project resulted in delays.

Whatever your situation may be, we can explain your options and help you seek the compensation you need, either through out-of-court dispute resolution or construction litigation. We build strong cases, preparing each one for trial because that is the surest way to protect our clients' interests, even if the dispute is ultimately resolved outside of court.

Contact Attorney Michael L. Morgan

To schedule a consultation regarding your construction project, call 941-444-1028 today or complete our contact form. Our office is in downtown Sarasota, at 2364 Fruitville Road, between Lime and Shade avenues. We advise and represent construction industry professionals and homeowners throughout Sarasota and Manatee counties.