Construction law can be as complex as your project in the field, and both require hard work, skill and experience to deliver great results. The team at Ensley Benitez Law, P.C. won’t be outworked, and we have the skill and experience to help you understand the legal matters associated with your project, and to achieve your best possible outcome.
We have worked on hundreds of construction law cases, and have successfully protected client interests in matters associated with all elements and phases of a job, from pre-project contract review, through negotiating contracts, change orders and supplements, and all the way to filing for payment under Texas lien law and the federal Miller Act.
We defend clients against claims made by government agencies, including the Texas Department of Insurance, OSHA and the EEOC. We also defend clients from claims brought against them by their current and former employees, under bodies of law including the FLSA, ADEA and the FMLA.
Karen Ensley was part of the first group of Texas attorneys to earn Board Specialization in Construction Law. Brian Benitez has represented clients all across Texas in hundreds of trials and appeals on a broad range of cases, emphasizing Construction Law. Together, Karen, Brian and the team at Ensley Benitez Law, P.C. can help you understand any legal challenge, develop a plan to obtain your best possible outcome, then go fight to obtain that result.
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We can represent clients in the following areas:
- Alternative Dispute Resolutions
- Dispute Review Boards
- Structured Negotiations
- Insurance Issues
- Defense and Indemnification
- Bad Faith Claims
- Laws related to Contruction contract in Texas, affecting
- Contract negotiation
- Change Orders
- Supplemnets to scope
- Construct Defect claims
- Delay claims
- Breach of Contract, Fraud, Misrepresentation, Unjust Enrichment, Quantum Meruit
- Impossibility, Impracticability
- Termination for convenience, or default
- Texas Lien Law
- Miller Act bond claims
- Government agency cases, whether or not related to a Construction Law matter
- Texas agencies, e.g. Texas Department of Insurance; Texas Comptroller
- Workers’ Comp