Thad’s legal practice began at a New Orleans law firm in the early 1990s where he was trained not only in personal injury and workers’ compensation litigation, but also in construction law. He continues to this day representing general contractors, subcontractors and suppliers in construction disputes. The goal of any such representation is the prompt payment of the just amount owed, and the sooner the better. The construction industry does not want to deal with attorneys, much less the litigation process. But when that time comes, the priority is listening to the client who, after all, is the expert in his or her field. Then, a thorough investigation commences focused on the accumulation of documentary evidence and the identification of witnesses. During this and every subsequent phase of the representation, Thad will keep the client fully informed both as to the progress made in the case and the legal expenditures.
Many construction contracts state that parties must resolve disputes in arbitration or some form of alternative dispute resolution. Whether your dispute is ultimately resolved in arbitration, mediation or even in a courthouse through a trial, Thad has the experience and skills to effectively represent your interests.