Construction Law

We Understand the Construction Industry

At Worman & Sheffler, P.A., our attorneys understand the concerns and issues inherent in the construction industry. Whether you are a contractor, subcontractor, materials supplier, architect, engineer, developer, financial institution, or you make your living through some other aspect of construction, our attorneys have the experience and knowledge required to protect your business interests and ensure your construction work is being executed in a legal and efficient manner.

At Worman & Sheffler, P.A., we regularly visit our clients' construction work sites, helping us gain valuable insight and firsthand knowledge of their projects. Put our many years of experience to work for you.

At Worman & Sheffler, P.A., we offer comprehensive risk management and project consulting services for businesses involved in construction endeavors. Too often, clients come to us for legal guidance when they have already reached a critical stage in a project.

We encourage you to consult our experienced construction attorneys as early as possible, and certainly before you terminate a relationship with a business partner or file a lawsuit.

Our lawyers will analyze your exposure to risk and provide you with legal protection in the following areas:

  • Business formation
  • Construction contracts
  • Site work and civil design
  • Business policies and project manuals
  • Architect, designer and engineer professional liability
  • Request for Proposals (RFP)
  • Governmental compliance
  • Construction Liens
  • Payment Bond claims
  • Credit Extension
  • Liability Exposure
  • Contractor Licensing

Mediation and Arbitration for Construction Disputes

If you are already involved in a construction dispute and you want to avoid litigation, the lawyers at Worman & Sheffler, P.A., can represent you during mediation and arbitration proceedings. As an experienced Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Civil Mediator, Robert Worman understands strategies and dynamics of the mediation process and how to best use this means of Alternative Dispute Resolution to efficiently resolve your problem and avoid the cost and stress of the trial process.