About Me (David Adelstein)


My name is David Adelstein. I am a Florida board certified construction lawyer, partner at the law firm of Kirwin Norris, P.A., and practice construction law throughout Florida. I have represented contractors, subcontractors, design professionals, developers, associations, suppliers, sureties, and owners in a myriad of construction matters including, without limitation, construction / design defect claims, schedule-based claims (including inefficiency, delay, and acceleration claims), bid protests, payment disputes, lien and bond claims, liability and property insurance issues, OSHA and workers compensation issues, construction licensing issues, subcontractor default insurance issues, Davis Bacon issues, requests for equitable adjustment and Contract Disputes Act claims, pass-through claims, termination claims, and a host of other issues that affect the construction industry. I have prepared and negotiated construction contracts based on various project delivery methods utilizing AIA, EJCDC, ConsensusDocs, and AGC industry form documents, as well as contracts that are not based on an industry form document. Through representing all players in the construction industry, from negotiating contracts to litigating various issues, I have developed a diverse background and understanding of the many risks and issues that are involved in a construction project.

Please contact David Adelstein at dadelstein@gmail.com or (954) 361-4720 if I can be of assistance or you would like to learn more about alternative attorney’s fee arrangements. ¬† You can follow David Adelstein on Twitter @DavidAdelstein1.

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