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Construction law is a complex area of vary and intertwining laws, let us help you navigate the law to protect your rights. Hurtik Law & Associates is experienced in representing homeowners, contractors, and business entities in construction defect law suits, construction contract disputes, lien rights, just to name a few areas that we can help you.

Construction Defect Attorney

At Hurtik Law & Associates we have been practicing Construction Defect Law since 1999, we have represented homeowners, custom-home builders, contractors, and subcontractors. We have been involved in complex civil litigation and can represent individuals and business entities in construction disputes, whether they be disputes over construction defects, indemnity clauses, breach of contract issues, or breach of warranty issues. LEARN MORE

Lien Release

All contractors should be in the practice of protecting their lien rights by providing the owner or developer of a project with “A preliminary Lien Notice” before commencing work and upon signing a contract for the work to be performed. Thus if the owner or developer fails to pay for the work performed the contractor can then perfect the lien in an effort to effectuate payment for work performed. LEARN MORE

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