At Gunderson, Palmer, Nelson & Ashmore law firm we know construction law. We have expert attorneys such as Jason Smiley, Rebecca Mann, and David Lust who are here to help you with any of your legal questions or concerns. According to Best Law Firms US News, Construction Law is providing practical legal advice to participants in the construction industry. Clients include not only contractors and subcontractors, but also material suppliers, architects, engineers, owners, developers, banks, sureties, and insurance companies.
A construction project takes many steps from start to finish. Our lawyers are here to help you at every step from financing to project completion. Good construction projects start with good contracts for all of the project participants. Construction lawyers participate in drafting contracts, negotiating essential terms, and helping their clients to understand those terms. When claims arise, project participants need representation to resolve disputes as early as possible.
Construction is a diverse, complex and multibillion-dollar industry in Rapid City and western South Dakota. Our hands-on approach will guide you from the earliest stages of planning and procurement through to construction and completion, and resolution of disputes. Below you will find a list of the different areas we have expertise in.
Breach of contract
More information about construction law can be found at Best Law Firms here.
Jason M. Smiley
Jason Smiley is a partner of Gunderson Palmer Nelson Ashmore, LLP in Rapid City, SD. He is a member of the firm’s Executive Committee. He practices in Construction Law, Real Estate, Personal Injury, Civil Litigation, and Insurance Defense. Jason understands that each client’s concerns and objectives are unique.
Rebecca L. Mann
Rebecca L. Mann is a partner at Gunderson, Palmer, Nelson, & Ashmore, LLP, licensed to practice in South Dakota, North Dakota, and Montana. She specializes in workers’ compensation, insurance defense, and civil rights/governmental tort liability. Rebecca routinely practices in state and federal courts as well as administrative tribunals.