Posts Tagged ‘construction law’

U.S. safety campaign seeks to prevent construction site falls

The 335 followers of @NIOSHFACE on Twitter got some grim news on June 15th: A report that a plumber had fallen from the second floor of a building and died more than a year prior. The links posted with the tweet reveal that the fall, which took place two days after Christmas in 2010 but […] [...]

Williamson has seen it all representing construction law

by Published: November 16,2009

Tags: construction law, Robert Williamson

    Robert Williamson has seen it all.   Disputes. Contract termination. Professional malpractice. Defective workmanship. Accidents. Lender liability. Lawsuits.   Given the complexities of the construction process and the many business relationships that are involved in the building trades industry, it is inevitable that problems will occur.  Enter Williamson, a Jackson attorney who has […] [...]

Recovery MAP on the fast track

New company signs Board of Contractors   By WALLY NORTHWAY I STAFF WRITER At one point in his life, Scott Gilbert had a serious, potentially life-threatening chemical dependency. He is convinced that if he had not gotten treatment and, just as important, had not been provided with exceptional monitors who made sure he stayed […] [...]

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