Our Practice Areas

Construction Law

Attorneys at Hughes Socol Piers Resnick & Dym, Ltd., serve as trusted advisors and experienced litigators for construction companies and general contractors across the state of Illinois. We handle contract disputes, insurance claims and related labor concerns in a timely and cost-effective manner.

At HSPRD, we know construction. Before joining the firm, two of our attorneys worked for years as general contractors in the greater Chicago area. As a result, we approach client concerns with insight matched by few other firms. Our team has successfully recovered payment for clients and helped draft company policies regarding reasonable accommodation, sexual harassment and affirmative action.

With a client’s budget and individual business needs in mind, HSPRD works diligently to try to resolve conflicts without a costly trial. Should a matter head to court, our team of seasoned litigators represents clients each step of the way.

Our attorneys are well versed in a breadth of construction-related law, including personal injury claims, heavy equipment assets, American Institute of Architects (AIA) contract forms, design and construction defect claims, indemnity claims, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) complaints, commercial disputes, mechanic’s liens, trucking claims, public and regulatory compliance, performance bonds, home construction, business transactions, contract disputes, delay claims, overweight tickets and annexation issues.

HSPRD represents developers in structuring and financing infrastructure projects under public-private partnerships, including toll roads and other state contracts. Our firm represents one of the largest developers of federal and state office buildings in the U.S.; we facilitate federal, state and local government financing of buildings rented to government agencies in Washington, D.C., and across the country.

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