Construction Litigation and Lien Claims

If you need an attorney who is also an expert in construction litigation, look no further than the Law Office of G. Christopher Van Bever. As a construction law firm, we represent a multitude of clients including general contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, and even homeowners in the construction process.

With over 20 years representing clients, Christopher Van Bever has extensive experience in all construction related disputes. He is a dedicated attorney who uses the latest technology, reliable staff, the latest construction court findings, advocacy, and credible expert witnesses to win construction cases, whether they go to arbitration, mediation, or trial.

The most common construction litigation cases we represent include one or more of the following disputes.

  • Nonpayment
  • Incompletion or delay of work
  • Defective work
  • Defective materials or supplies
  • Lien claims
  • Improper licensing
  • Withholding of retainer
  • Lost profits
  • Termination or breach of contract
  • Equipment failures
  • Extra charges/overbilling
  • Bond and Surety Claims
  • Site Conditions different than agreed upon

If you are a contractor, subcontractor or homeowner experiencing a construction related dispute or if you have a construction related claim against you, such as a lawsuit, lien, or demand for mediation or arbitration, call the Kentucky Law Offices of Christopher Van Bever today. You need an attorney who understands Kentucky construction laws, warranty laws, termination or breach of contract laws, and lien laws to represent you. As trial lawyers, we will represent you or your company to get the best result possible.

We are understanding and communicative, and strive to settle matters efficiently and timely to relieve the financial strain that construction cases can cause. We keep you involved and informed at all times so that you can have peace of mind during this trying time, whether you’re a small or large company or a homeowner. Call today to schedule a consultation.