Construction Attorney serving Irvine, CA



Having a construction attorney with extensive experience navigating the nuances of construction law is essential. When a dispute relating to a construction project arises, you need to ensure that your rights are enforced and interests remain protected. Whether the dispute relates to a residential, commercial, or industrial project, EJD Law Group has the resources to provide exceptional representation to its clients.

Our goal is to secure a favorable resolution to any construction dispute without the need for litigation. However, if litigation becomes necessary, our legal team is prepared to litigate our clients' matter and aggressively protect their interests. We will represent you through all aspects of litigation, including standing by your side vigorously advocating your case at trial.

The types of construction related matters we represent our clients on include:

  • Contract Drafting
  • Contract Disputes
  • Delay Disputes
  • Payment Disputes
  • Change Orders
  • Mechanic's Liens
  • Stop Notices
  • Bond Claims
  • Material Supplier Claims
  • Defective Construction Claims
  • Construction Defect Litigation



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