Good business practices dictate that agreements for construction services be in writing. If done correctly, construction contracts need not be overly cumbersome and expensive to create. The goal of any good contract is to effectively manage the expectations, and clearly lay out the responsibilities, for each party.
Especially in light of recent changes to construction law as relates to indemnification clauses, it is more important than ever that you retain an attorney that has a practical understanding of how the business operates.
The attorneys at WLG have the good judgment and practical sense necessary for creating effective and efficient construction contracts. In the event an agreement goes wrong, our attorneys will vigorously fight to protect and advance your business' interests.