Oct Oct 17, 2017

OSHA Inspections: Construction Law

By |2019-11-21T01:55:00-06:00October 17th, 2017|Construction Law|Comments Off on OSHA Inspections: Construction Law

OSHA inspections are an important legal requirement in the construction industry. Preparing for inspections and responding to any necessary finding places added administrative burden on construction companies’ operations. Seeking out competent legal counsel can help companies avoid any costly mistakes. The Woodall Law Firm PLLC works with clients daily to address OSHA concerns and ensure compliance. OSHA Inspections: How to handle these? Even though OSHA regulations can be updated, they are posted publicly to [...]

Jul Jul 27, 2017

Mechanics Lien: Preserving Your Rights

By |2019-11-21T02:47:41-06:00July 27th, 2017|Construction Law|Comments Off on Mechanics Lien: Preserving Your Rights

Mechanics lien rights require careful planning and consideration before any construction. The Woodall Law Firm PLLC has extensive experience working with clients to preserve mechanics lien rights. Here are a few tips on how to best ensure mechanics lien rights hold up. Mechanics Lien Draft mechanics lien with precision In the event of litigation, judges scrutinize mechanics lien carefully. If any are found inaccurate, they are generally found invalid. Seeking legal help is recommended [...]

May May 31, 2017

How to Avoid Common Construction Contract Issues

By |2019-11-18T17:13:52-06:00May 31st, 2017|Construction Law|Comments Off on How to Avoid Common Construction Contract Issues

Even though everyone hopes the best for construction projects, it’s best to plan for worst case scenarios. Proper planning will help protect individuals and businesses from liability, overrun costs, or being taken advantage of by unscrupulous people. A lot of external factors like weather, shipping delays, accidents and other issues can also slow up and complicate construction work. Parties involved in construction projects can protect themselves by making sure that all contingencies are accounted [...]

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