Bond Claim Attorneys in Maryland and Washington, D.C.
Litigation over payment bonds in federal and state construction projects where mechanics’ liens on government property are barred by sovereign immunity
Construction and engineering projects can end because of bond claim and payment disputes. We help suppliers, subcontractors, contractors, engineers, owners and architects regarding mechanics liens in Montgomery County, Prince George’s County, Howard County, Frederick County and throughout Maryland and the District of Columbia.
As part of a comprehensive construction litigation practice spanning 25 years, the law firm of Daniel S. Willard, P.C. in Montgomery County offers competent bond claim litigation representation to clients throughout Maryland and the District of Columbia. Dan Willard, a Rockville lawyer experienced with construction bond claims works with you and your experts to determine the strengths and weaknesses of your case and to aggressively present your matter to the judge or jury.
We bring — and defend — all types of construction bond claims on behalf of owners, developers, contractors, subcontractors, construction managers, suppliers, manufacturers, design professionals, risk insurers and sureties.
We represent clients in construction arbitration and in litigation. Also, we draft construction agreements, and we counsel clients on the management and avoidance of construction claims and disputes.
Choose us for 25 years of legal experience.
Our services include:
- Representing clients in bond claim cases
- Counseling on management of construction claims
- Litigating design and construction defects
- Representing clients in insurance/coverage claims
- Representing in federal and state construction claims
- Representing clients in private construction claims
- Aggressive representation
- High-stakes litigation
- Bond claims: Miller Act and Little Miller Acts
- Mechanic’s lien claims
- Maryland trust fund claims
- Maryland custom home protection act claims
- Construction accidents
- Construction delays
- Construction defects
- Construction contract negotiation
- Construction contract breach
- Contract defaults
- High-dollar-debt collection
- State and federal courts
By Dan Willard
For a free initial consultation, call us at 240-483-0725.