South Florida Real Estate Dispute and Construction Litigation Attorney

Real estate and construction disputes are often complex and, in many instances, involve multiple parties. Often the physical or financial injury is substantial. An experienced trial lawyer can assist in you in resolving your dispute in an efficient, effective, and professional manner.

Located in Miami and serving all of South Florida, including the Miami-Dade County area, attorney Austin Carr tailors’ cost-effective solutions to fit your needs. For more than 25 years, he has earned a reputation of excellence and a track record of success by aggressively and relentlessly pursing claims on behalf of his clients while zealously protecting their interests. Contact Austin Carr today for a free consultation to discuss your real estate matter or construction litigation issue.

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Construction and Real Estate Dispute Matters

Austin Carr represents owners, contractors, subcontractors, developers, architects, designers, material men, purchasers and, sellers in construction and real estate disputes. Attorney Austin Carr is a Board-Certified Trial Law Specialist who can assist in resolving all types of construction and real estate disputes, including the following:

  • Real estate purchase and sales agreement disputes (breach of contract)
  • Construction contract disputes
  • Eminent domain issues
  • Construction delay claims
  • Change order disputes
  • Material claims
  • Design disputes
  • Architect malpractice
  • Engineer error claims
  • Error and omission claims
  • Personal injury claims
  • Construction site safety litigation
  • Unsafe working conditions
  • Jobsite injury claims (caused by third parties)
  • Specific performance of a real estate contract
  • Mechanic’s lien claims

If you have a real estate dispute or a construction litigation matter, please contact Austin Carr for a free confidential consultation and case evaluation. Put over 23 years of legal experience from a board-certified trial lawyer to work for you. In real estate and construction disputes, experience matters.