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Smith, Currie & Hancock LLP

2 National Rankings & 3 Metro Rankings | Website

Client Comments

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Construction Law

Gregg Joy of Smith, Currie and Hancock has assisted us on a number of occasions for matters related to Construction Law. I have found Gregg to be extremely prompt and responsive each time. In addition to his outstanding legal advice, he also contributes good common sense advice toward our situation. I highly recommend Gregg and his firm Smith, Currie and Hancock.

Albert McKay Conditioned Air, Inc.

Litigation - Construction

Gregg Joy has helped us with several matters that could have evolved into litigation, yet he was able to resolve the issues satisfactorily without actual litigation. He is well-versed in Construction Law and works well to take care of issues in the most practical and prudent manner possible. I highly recommend Gregg and the firm Smith, Currie and Hancock.

Albert McKay Conditioned Air, Inc.

Construction Law

After 30 years of working together, I still find Smith, Currie & Hancock's risk mitigation approach refreshing to underwrite my business and save time and money in the long term!

Mark Hefferin E2L Holdings, LLC

Litigation - Construction

Smith, Currie & Hancock has a depth of knowledge of construction law that is helpful in both litigation and non-litigious matters. They have first rate litigators, but also strong transactional lawyers. I highly recommend them.

Michael Kolloway Parsons

Construction Law

I've been dealing with Smith, Currie & Hancock since 1976 and they are always the best.

Steve Bair Simpson Property Group

Construction Law

Smith, Currie & Hancock has represented our company for over 30 years covering an array of legal matters.

Litigation - Construction

Smith, Currie & Hancock is the "go to" firm for construction litigation on a national basis.