Construction Law

Frilot is proud of its distinguished reputation in the field of Construction Law. Since its inception, the Firm’s Construction Group has provided owners, contractors, manufacturers, developers, builders, landlords, tenants, suppliers, insurers, and sureties with proven representation. Its experienced attorneys, many with educational and real-world backgrounds in engineering and construction-related fields, represent clients in all construction-related areas, including: 

  • Contractor and sub-contractor disputes

  • Public and Private Works Act liens and litigation

  • Design errors and omissions claims;

  • Personal injury claims;

  • Property damage claims;

  • Construction delay damages claims;

  • Business interruption;

  • Bid dispute resolution, including Public Bid Law claims;

  • Mold claims;

  • Labor and employment issues;

  • Bankruptcy; and

  • Contract negotiation and drafting.

In keeping with the Firm’s philosophy, the Construction Group teams with its clients to resolve disputes in a reasonable and efficient manner, often using mediation or other alternative forms of dispute resolution to provide expedited and economical results. When litigation becomes necessary, the Group’s attorneys utilize their extensive trial and appellate experience in federal and state courts throughout the country. Where appropriate, the Construction Group also draws on the Firm’s wealth of expertise in other matters, including environmental regulation and exposure, admiralty law, transactional law, commercial litigation, bankruptcy, products liability, insurance, mass tort and class action litigation, and labor and employment law. 

Frilot’s Construction Group is distinguished by its expertise and proven record in the construction field. The Firm is committed to providing its clients, big or small, with the best, most efficient and cost-effective representation possible. Our personal commitment to our clients is our pledge, and our experience and knowledge in Construction Law is our specialty.