Glendale is an ever growing cosmopolitan city. With a population of 191,719, Glendale Ca is the third largest city Los Angeles County, also making it the 22nd largest city in all of California (according to the 2010 census). With it’s close proximity to Los Angeles, 10 miles (16km), it is no wonder why so many families and business are flocking to Glendale. The demand for construction is feverish. Commercial, as well as residential, buildings are going up every day.
With this high demand of construction, the demand for qualified construction professionals has also risen. Construction is a profession that is open to many legal pitfalls. If you are one of these hard working people and find yourself in a legal situation that requires an attorney, Nick Cambell of The Builders Law Group is here to provide expert service by an aggressive Construction Lawyer.
Builders Law Group is proud to serve Glendale contractors and construction professionals with the aggressive, courteous, affordable representation. As a devoted construction attorney, Nick Campbell founded the Builders Law Group so he could leverage his 15 years of Construction Law experience for his clients. The Group offers elite constructon litigation services, helping contractors and construction companies alike with legal issues with contractor licenses, construction defect cases, mechanics liens, general real estate matters, and Miller Act cases.
Builders Law Group have resources and experience representing clients in all Construction Law matters, including but not limited to:
- Glendale Construction Lawyer
- Glendale Construction Defects
- Glendale Mechanics Liens
- Glendale Real Estate
- Glendale Miller Act
At Builders Law Group, no matter what your needs are, we treat all our clients with courtesy, respect and devote whatever amount of time they need to ensuring their goals are met as best we can. Our attorneys take time to explain your legal situation in language that you can understand with an eye towards ensuring that your interests are constantly protected.