Construction contracts and agreements are not as simple as they used to be, when deals were made with a handshake and everyone did what they said they would do. Many laws have been enacted to protect consumers and contractors alike. Some of these laws require contractors to provide disclosures and be registered and licensed. Contractors also have the rights to mechanics and materialmen’s liens and an opportunity to repair alleged problems before a lawsuit is filed. David Johnson has helped many contractors, subcontractors and property owners resolve their construction disputes. David has substantial experience regarding construction cases, including making several successful arguments before the Idaho Supreme Court. Not only is he versed and experienced in the law, he has personal knowledge and experience in construction matters, which brings a practical, real-world point of view to all construction disputes.
Whether the dispute is between a builder and a homebuyer (or homeowner), between a general contractor and sub-contractors, commercial construction or involves a supplier, David Johnson knows how to develop a winning case. David handles all aspects of construction disputes, including:
- Claims litigation
- Change orders
- Breach of contract
- Collections and non-payment disputes
- Mechanics and Materialman’s Liens
- Personal injury on construction sites
Representing homeowners, contractors, subcontractors, architectural firms, engineering firms, insurers and corporations, David A. Johnson brings the very best experience and skill to every construction dispute he handles. Call (208) 535-1000 for help today.