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Rely on legal professionals for advice and guidance

As a busy Florida contractor, you have a lot of balls to juggle to keep your business up and running smoothly. You are a strong leader and responsible owner and it could be justly said that you tend to take on more than your fair share of job duties.

Seek advice early rather than later over construction disputes

When a client first approaches you with a complaint about a residential or commercial construction project, your first reaction is likely to be appeasement. You want them to be satisfied, so you attempt to fix the problem to their satisfaction.

After a disaster on a job site, don't do this

A recent story out of New Orleans presents a textbook example of how not to manage a construction disaster. Back in October 2019, the 18-story Hard Rock Hotel that was under construction in the Crescent City collapsed, killing three workers and injuring dozens.

Understand the impact of social media on your company

Whether you use social media platforms to promote your contracting business or not, you need to be aware of the many different ways that these sites can affect your business. For good or for ill, social media is a powerful force to manage.

Could you face any of these construction lawsuits?

Florida contractors can wind up embroiled in all sorts of lawsuits that can be deleterious to their companies and their reputation in the industry. Ideally, you want to proactively protect yourself from these vulnerabilities, but some may be inevitable.

Changing project scope leads to disputes

Perhaps to few contractors' surprise, a recent study revealed that the primary reason for most construction disputes was the changing scope of the project. We have dealt with the problem of scope creep before in our posts. It's easy to see why this foments so many issues between clients and contractors.

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