A Fresh Approach to Construction Law
In 2005, after practicing exclusively in the area of construction law for 13 years, I started my own practice devoted to representing clients in the construction industry. I started my firm based upon my belief that the construction process demands an elevated need and understanding of both construction and design concepts and because my background working in construction operations has enabled me to be a much bigger asset to my clients. For over 25 years now, whether the issue is front end transactional work, dispute and claim avoidance or handling a complex litigation or arbitration, if it relates to the construction arena, that is where you will find me.
My legal practice and mediation/arbitration services are devoted exclusively to the construction arena. The Kentucky Bar Association explicitly states that I may not refer to myself as a “specialist” and that I must state that Kentucky law does not certify specialties in legal fields. However, I am permitted to describe my practice in a factual manner. So here are the facts… I am a construction lawyer, plain and simple. This means that I only serve clients engaged in the construction arena whether they are owners, designers, engineers, architects, contractors, design builders, construction managers, subcontractors, material suppliers, insurers or sureties. I am a construction lawyer in that I serve the transactional and litigation/arbitration and claim needs of the construction community and do not perform services in others areas of business or industry. For a more complete understanding of my background and experience as well as an explanation of how I try to differentiate myself from my peers, please visit the other sections of this website.
Our company benefits from working with a boots on the ground attorney that understands the construction environment. We don’t pay for a lot of time spent discussing the basics of what we do.
Todd Ball, P.E.
The Bristol Group, Inc.