Board Certified Florida Attorneys
We can help you solve current problems, complex or minor, and help you protect your business in the future
You work hard every day to run your business and manage your projects. When legal problems arise, you can’t afford to let them linger unresolved, and you can’t afford a negative outcome. Hayes Law, P.L. understands and takes an aggressive approach to resolve your problems, as efficiently as possible, and with the best outcome available under the circumstances. The difference between Hayes Law and other commercial and construction lawyers is that your case or matter will be actively pursued with a strategy developed based on your own priorities and thoughtful consideration of applicable law. The attorneys at Hayes Law, P.L. offer years of combined experience in commercial law and litigation, with an emphasis on construction law. Our lawyers are Board-Certified by The Florida Bar in Construction Law and Appellate Law, the highest level of achievement recognized by The Florida Bar. Our lawyers have experience in federal district courts, federal courts of appeal, state and local tribunals, in arbitration and before administrative agencies. The lawyers with Hayes Law have the knowledge, skills and professionalism to get the job done right.
The Florida construction lawyers at Hayes Law, P.L. help contractors and subcontractors throughout Florida and in other states, including on state and federal government construction projects, private works and construction claims, liens, defect matters and specialize in insurance issues. Our firm is experienced before the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, incuding the Construction Industry and Electrical Contractors Licensing Boards. Our firm advises and represents construction companies and other businesses from entity formation and transactional matters to arbitration and litigation of business disputes and representation before government boards and administrative agencies. We strive to resolve disputes as efficiently as possible, but have the skills and resources to take cases through trial and appeal when needed for a successful conclusion.