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Construction Litigation.
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Michigan’s Modern Construction Litigation Experts

When you live in one of metro Detroit’s close-knit suburbs, construction disputes can have a great impact—not only on your business but on your personal life as well. Your coworkers, contractors, employers, and business partners are often your neighbors and even your friends. The longer you wait to resolve a dispute, the more strained these vital relationships can become.

At The Rubinstein Law Firm, we are proud to be zealous champions for our fellow community members and clients throughout Michigan as they file lawsuits in construction cases. We provide premier litigation services, whether we’re working with big-city or small-town clients. Our dynamic team is unafraid of the courtroom, and we will execute customized strategies to fight for the best possible outcome.

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We Are Always On The Move To Protect Our Clients

Old-age approaches simply don’t work to resolve modern-day construction disputes. That’s why we devote ourselves to being fervent, future-forward litigators in commercial, residential, infrastructural, and industrial real estate cases.

Our clients include, but are not limited to:

  • Contractors
  • Subcontractors
  • Suppliers
  • Business professionals
  • Homeowners
  • Construction workers

Now is the time to strategize and execute a plan. Take the next step toward filing a lawsuit over a construction dispute by calling 248-220-1415 or requesting a free consultation today.

Related Practice Areas

Business & Commercial Law

We are proud to represent and protect the businesses that help Michigan’s economy and community thrive. We are equipped to handle a wide array of commercial law matters.

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Contract Disputes

Contract errors, omissions, and noncompliance with contractual obligations are among the most common construction disputes. Let our expert litigators help.

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If you are a contractor who has not been paid for work performed, The Rubinstein Law Firm has what it takes to legally pursue what you are owed.

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Construction Litigation FAQs

What are the most common construction disputes?

It is far from uncommon to experience differences in opinions and expectations when working in construction. These types of projects typically span over months or, in some cases, years at a time. Often, these disputes are related to a lack of communication, one party’s recklessness, or simply an unwillingness to adhere to the terms of the contract.

Types of construction disputes we can advance through the courts involve:

How do you resolve a construction dispute?

How we approach a construction dispute will depend on your situation. Many cases can be resolved around the negotiating table, with trusted legal counsel on your side advocating for your best interests. If a decision cannot be reached this way, we can move to a litigation phase— a court trial where we vigorously defend your business, your rights, and your side of the issue.

At The Rubinstein Law Firm, we will listen intently to your situation and pursue the best possible course of action for your business. Whether that means bringing together all parties for serious negotiation or defending you in the courtroom, we’ll put the same tireless spirit and strategic insight to work for you.

What is a mechanics lien?

A mechanics lien is a way for builders, contractors, laborers, and other construction professionals to guarantee payment for the work they perform. In Michigan, architects, engineers, surveyors, and other design professionals can also claim a lien. Mechanics liens attach to the title of the property, making it very difficult for owners to sell or refinance the property until they remit payment or otherwise satisfy the lien.

If you are a service provider seeking a legal remedy for unpaid work, a mechanics lien is a strong option. However, deadlines and documentation are crucial to this process, which is why we recommend consulting with a construction litigation attorney as soon as possible. 

If you are a property owner with a lien on your property, you generally must satisfy the terms before you can move forward with your project. However, if you believe that you have done your due diligence or feel that the work was not completed to specifications, contact our team to discuss your case and your options for removing the lien.

Request a Free Consultation.

The talented team at The Rubinstein Law Firm invites you to tell us about your case today. Whether or not we’re the right fit for your situation, we’ll share our expert advice for next steps.

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