Get Legal Advice On Mechanic’s Liens And Other Issues
Whether you are a general contractor, subcontractor or a homeowner with a construction industry law issue, our attorneys at Boynton, Waldron, Doleac, Woodman & Scott, P.A., are here to resolve your issues. We have been representing clients throughout New Hampshire since 1920 and take pride in serving our community.
At our construction litigation law firm, we dedicate ourselves to serving our clients’ needs. We will devote our attention to your unique issues and investigate the facts of your situation to build a case that meets your goals.
Our Clients Come First.
We have a wide range of experience in construction litigation. Our Portsmouth construction lawyers understand what issues can arise when new construction is involved, including:
- Quality of workmanship and construction defects
- Breach of construction contract — including a breach of warranty
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) violations
- General work site safety
- Construction delays
- Contractor disputes
- Property damage
- Nonpayment by homeowners
While we will aggressively pursue your construction litigation goals, we are also proficient at alternative dispute resolution methods such as arbitration and mediation.
We understand construction site personal injuries. You can rely on our legal team to advocate for you if you were hurt in a construction zone. We will strive to see that you receive financial compensation if you have lost a loved one due to severe injuries as well.
Our law firm understands mechanic’s liens. If you are a subcontractor who needs to file a mechanic’s lien or a builder who received a preliminary notice and needs to defend against a lien being filed, our team will assist you. We are familiar with the many intricacies in New Hampshire statutes regarding these types of liens and know how to get the job done correctly.
Talk to one of our construction lawyers who will protect your interests. We provide construction litigation and representation. In personal injury cases, the initial consultation is free.
We represent clients in New Hampshire, Maine and northern Massachusetts. Regardless of the legal problem, you can benefit from the experience that comes from a century of service to our community.