As a construction attorney, what kind of problems are you asked to address for your clients?
Minneapolis construction law attorney, Aaron Dean, discusses problems that arise being a construction attorney.
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Every day is different. And that’s one of the things that I really enjoy about being a construction lawyer. I’ve been doing it for more than fifteen years. And my plan for the day when I wake up usually is disrupted by the time I get in the car. My cellphone is always on. I have a contractor side construction practice meaning that mostly I represent general contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers on both private and public construction projects. Their disputes run the gamut. I tend to think of myself as a janitor with a law degree. I just clean up messes. It could be trying to help them get paid, dealing with labor disputes, trying to get insurance coverage if there’s a defect claim. Trying to work through bidding disputes. It really could be any number of things. And that’s what I like about my job.