Our Cook County construction attorneys have the expertise you need to protect your interests as a general contractor, subcontractor, or property owner. We are proud of our excellent service and cost-effective rates.
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Cook County construction dispute attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains some of the qualities to look for in your construction attorney.
In this article, our Cook County construction lawyers explain some of the most important clauses in general contractor agreements. We discuss the importance of specificity in the scope of work and contract price clauses, as well as the importance of deadlines for completion of work and liquidated damages.
Cook County construction lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains guaranteed maximum price construction contracts.
In this article our Cook County construction litigation lawyers explain guaranteed maximum price construction agreements. In a guaranteed maximum price agreement, the contractor charges a flexible rate which may vary based on the actual cost of materials and labor. However, the contactor also limits the maximum price that the owner can be charged for the contract, bearing the risk of the cost of the project exceeding that amount. We explain key clauses in GMP agreements including allowances, contingencies, and schedules of values.
Cook County construction lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains mechanics liens in Cook County construction.
In this article, our Cook County construction attorneys explain how mechanics liens work and how to protect your lien rights. If you are a general contractor or subcontractor who has not been paid for his or her materials or labor, you can follow the steps to file and perfect a mechanics lien to ensure that the property cannot be sold without paying your contract price plus attorney fees and costs.