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The San Antonio construction lawyers at Rosenblatt Law Firm represents clients in all areas of commercial and public construction projects including contract negotiation, bid preparation, resolution of contract disputes, and more. Our firm assists our clients with a variety of construction-related disputes, including:

  • Contract disputes

  • Payment and collection disputes

  • Insurance coverage

  • Construction defect claims

  • Premise liability

  • Mechanics lien issues

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    Since construction projects generally involve the signing of many contracts, our construction lawyers in San Antonio assist our clients with drafting and reviewing those contracts to protect our clients’ interests in the future.

    What We've Helped Our Clients Achieve

    • Handled OSHA investigations

    • Obtained payments due to contractors and/or subcontractors

    • File Materialman liens

    • Draft construction documents to protect clients

    • Foreclosures on Materialman liens

    • Litigated against contractors for construction defects

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

    When should I file a mechanics’ lien claim?

    • Both general contractors (i.e., has a direct contract with the owner), and subcontractors must file a mechanic’s lien affidavit by the 15th day of the fourth calendar month after the indebtedness accrues. 
    • If you are a subcontractor who was hired by the general contractor, you will also have to provide certain notices to the general contractor and the owner depending on when the original contract was entered into. 
    • Different rules apply if the project was residential.

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