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Construction Law, Mechanics’ Lien Preparation and Filing, Contracts

Construction law is a specialized and unique area of the law. To properly handle a construction case, it is not enough to know Connecticut construction law, an attorney should have a practical working knowledge of the construction industry. In addition to focusing his practice on construction law, Attorney Brad Morris has hands-on field experience with almost all aspects of residential and commercial building construction, heavy road construction and the installation of underground utilities and mains. This field experience provides insights that can’t be taught or learned in a book, and is a powerful tool in construction litigation.


Attorney Brad Morris represents developers, general contractors, subcontractors, and homeowners. He handles all types of construction disputes including contract disputes, design and construction defects issues, mechanic’s lien defense and filing, construction contract review and drafting, OSHA violation defense, construction debt collection, and compliance reviews under the Home Improvement Act, New Home Warranties Act, and the New Home Contractors Act.

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