Construction

The backbone of our society is construction. Progress is made thanks to the sweat and skill of contractors, subcontractors, owners and developers. We advise clients in negotiating contracts and navigating the permit process. Our attorneys are highly skilled in obtaining favorable rulings, whether it is through mediation, litigation or arbitration.

When a dispute arises, Loeb Law Firm handles construction litigation in all forms and all forums from parish governments to state and federal courts. We represent a diverse client base including owners, general contractors, developers, design professionals, construction managers and material suppliers.

Extensive Experience in Multiple Industries

Our attorneys have extensive experience in both residential and commercial litigation, including:

  • Class Actions
  • Construction Defect Litigation
  • Construction Contracts & Disputes
  • Multidistrict Litigation
  • Public Projects
  • Single-Family Homes
  • Subdivision Developments

Loeb Law Firm is devoted to serving our partners in the construction industry and vigorously defends every claim. Our goal is to provide simple solutions to these complex matters with the best possible outcome for our clients.

Contact Our Attorneys

For legal advice, contact us or give us a call at 985-778-0220 today to schedule your consultation. Our attorneys will take the time to understand your needs and evaluate your options. We look forward to speaking with you.

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