Kansas City Construction Litigation Attorneys

At the Kansas City law firm of Troppito Miller Griffin, LLC, we have successfully handled numerous construction-related disputes on behalf of subcontractors contractors, developers, material suppliers and other clients. We have particular experience assisting subcontractors through disputes involving multi-million dollar projects. In every case, our mission is to limit the impact on our client’s business while promptly resolving the conflict.

Our construction litigation practice includes but is not limited to:

  • Construction defect defense: We have significant experience defending our clients in these matters as well as working with — or against — insurance companies in defect claim disputes. From water infiltration incidents to electrical installation issues, we will diligently advocate for you.
  • Delay, disruption and acceleration claims: It is very important that you are able to properly document a delay, a disruption or an acceleration request in order to make a proper claim to the owner or general contractor to make sure that you are compensated. At the end of the day, our goal is to ensure that you collect an adequate amount of money to make the project worthwhile for you.
  • OSHA violations: Our law firm is familiar with the complex requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and we are skilled at negotiating with the administration to resolve alleged violations.
  • Mediation and arbitration: These forms of alternative dispute resolution are common in the construction industry and tend to be more cost-effective than litigation. Our lawyers have extensive experience protecting clients’ rights in both mediation and arbitration.

Serving Clients Across Missouri And Kansas

Based in the River Market in downtown Kansas City, our lawyers serve clients in both Missouri and Kansas. Call Troppito Miller Griffin, LLC, at 866-578-5199 or contact us online to arrange an initial consultation with one of our construction litigation attorneys.