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Skilled Representation In Construction Law Matters

With over two decades of trial experience, the last ten focused on construction law, attorney Timothy Nichols has the knowledge and legal skill required to help construction clients get results. He is a member of the Tennessee Association of Construction Counsel.

With a broad knowledge of the industry, construction lawyer Timothy Nichols is a strong advocate for your case in state or federal court. However, not every dispute is appropriate for court. Litigation can be time-consuming and costly. If your case can be successfully settled through negotiation, mediation or arbitration, Mr. Nichols will assist you in obtaining results in the most cost-effective manner.

Effectively Serving All Your Construction Needs

The Law Office of Timothy H. Nichols, PLLC, represents general contractors, subcontractors and material suppliers throughout Middle Tennessee in Davidson County, Williamson County, Maury County and Sumner County.

We assist clients with the following:

Construction Law And Transactions

  • Contract negotiation, preparation and review
  • Change orders
  • Bonding and indemnity
  • Termination of contracts

Construction Litigation

  • Change order disputes
  • Breach of contract claims
  • Construction liens, mechanic’s liens, materialmen’s liens
  • Construction bond/performance bonds claims
  • Issues arising from delays and disruptions
  • Contract disputes and defect claims

Here When You Need Us

When you have a legal dispute or emergency, it can be costly and disruptive to wait for help. We return calls and emails promptly, by the end of the business day whenever possible. Our phones are checked on the weekends and you can reach us in case of emergency. We can also travel to your location for appointments.

Please contact us online or call 615-970-6636 or 877-774-9554 to schedule a free initial consultation. We look forward to helping you reach your legal goals.

We are located in Nashville and serve clients throughout central Tennessee.