Turner Ford Gassaway

Phone:  512-864-0916
205 E. University,  #158
Georgetown,TX, 78626
Email:  [email protected]


Areas of Practice

Construction Law

Business Law
If you are a homeowner, developer, contractor, subcontractor, or construction professional, contact our firm to learn more about protecting your interests in a construction project. Whether concerned about a contract dispute, construction defect, nonpayment, or other construction law litigation, you are well served to have our firm representing your legal interests.

Contractor Claims and Disputes
In the event that you do become involved in a construction dispute, our firm is here to protect your interests. 

  • Breach of Contract 
  • Construction Defect Claims and Lawsuits 
  • Payment Claims 
  • Performance Bond Claims 
  • Quality of Construction Claims 
  • Negligence 
  • Construction Liens 
  • Lien Waivers 
  • Removal of Liens 
  • Lien Foreclosures 
  • Suits by Sureties 
  • Construction Litigation 
  • Engineering Malpractice Defense 
  • Construction Arbitrations 
  • Construction Mediations 

Residential Homeowner Claims
Building your home is generally an expensive endeavor and one that you undoubtedly want to make sure is done correctly.  Let our firm help you as a homeowner defend your rights before, during and after the building process.  Often times we can obtain compensation for claims involving all kinds of construction defects, including:

  • Foundation Issues 
  • Framing problems 
  • Chimney problems 
  • Driveway and flat work issues 
  • Mechanic’s lien proceedings 
  • Roof leaks 
  • Rotting wood 
  • Residential building code violations 
  • Negligent construction 
  • Passive concealment 
  • Breach of construction warranties
  • Deceptive trade practice act violations
  • Breach of building contract terms and conditions 

Criminal Law
Civil Litigation
Construction Law
Federal Criminal Law
Oil & Gas Law
Personal Injury
Real Estate Law
School Law
Wills, Trusts and Probate 
“No law or ordinance is mightier than understanding.” Plato