Kansas City Attorneys For Construction Change Orders

For those who earn their living in the construction industry, construction contracts are critical for setting expectations regarding the scope of the project, the amount and type of work performed, the rate of pay and the time frame for completing the work. Projects do not always go according to plan, however. Unanticipated problems or changes in the direction of the project can lead to delays and extra work.

Whenever extra or different work is required beyond the scope of the contract, it is important to ensure that those changes are properly documented. Doing so can preserve your right to get paid for the work you performed.

Protecting Your Livelihood | More Than A Decade Of Construction Law Experience

Disputes over extra work and change orders can jeopardize your profits and the investments you have made in labor, supplies or both. At Troppito Miller Griffin, LLC, we understand the importance of protecting your business interests. Our attorneys have more than a decade of combined experience in construction law. We aggressively pursue the rights of contractors, subcontractors, laborers, suppliers and others in the construction industry.

Construction disputes often lead to mediation and arbitration. We have extensive experience representing clients in these proceedings, as well as traditional litigation.

Defending Your Right To Fair Payment

Depending on the circumstances of your case, you may be able to pursue a lawsuit to enforce your right to get paid. A variety of legal theories may support your claim, including:

  • Unjust enrichment
  • Breach of contract
  • Foreclosure of a mechanic’s lien

As skilled problem solvers, our attorneys can evaluate your legal options and provide the information you need to make solid economic decisions.

Contact Us | Licensed In Missouri And Kansas

Get experienced legal guidance from attorneys who understand the construction industry. Call 866-578-5199 or contact us to learn more. Based in downtown Kansas City, our lawyers handle construction change orders for clients in both Missouri and Kansas.