Reinert Weishaar Attorneys at Law has been involved in construction law for decades. The firm has a superb reputation, locally, nationally and internationally for its construction expertise. Reinert Weishaar Attorneys at Law represents general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, architects, engineers, owners, developers and sureties on all types of construction projects, from public projects to large commercial projects to residential projects. The firm’s construction lawyers are extremely experienced in advising the firm’s clients with regard to all types of construction issues and drafting a wide variety of contract documents and other documents pertinent to the construction process, including contracts, subcontracts, bonds, change orders, payment applications, lien waivers, financing agreements, indemnity agreements and liens. In addition to its experience in the construction process, Reinert Weishaar Attorneys at Law has substantial expertise in real estate law as well as real estate financing and development.
While its experience in advising and representing clients in the transactional aspects of construction is second to none, Reinert Weishaar Attorneys at Law also has unparalleled experience and expertise in helping its clients in construction disputes, whether through litigation, mediation or arbitration. For decades, the firm has had great success in representing its clients in payment disputes, mechanics lien claims, bond claims, construction defect claims, claims regarding delay, disruption and acceleration claims, warranty claims, insurance claims, indemnity actions, OSHA matters, environmental claims, labor claims, bankruptcy litigation and every other variety of claim or litigation imaginable.
Reinert Weishaar Attorneys at Law is very active in the local, state and national construction industry through its involvement in the AGC MO, the Surety Association of St. Louis, as well as various national contractor and surety associations. Moreover, the firm’s attorneys are prominent as lecturers and authors on domestic and international construction topics and as authorities on construction issues.