TAMPA, Fla. — Cotney Construction Law has launched the new Cotney Construction Law Subscription Plan.  

Cotney is a full-service national law firm for construction, specialty trades and OSHA law. The firm said in a release that it aims to change how roofing contractors can reduce risk and budget for their legal spend.

According to a release from the firm, Cotney Construction Law subscription services provide a subscription-based plan that is tailored to the client. It provides the client with a predictable monthly billing plan for non-litigation matters.

Clients will no longer be surprised by the receipt of a legal bill that is significantly higher than expected. Instead, clients will have the flexibility to select a subscription level that best suits their needs at a set monthly rate.

“Whether you are a sole proprietor starting a new company or a multi-national contractor that is several generations old, budgeting for legal spend is essential to the maintenance of a profitable roofing business,” said Trent Cotney, CEO, Cotney Construction Law.  “Every roofing project consists of several moving parts that must be coordinated and balanced in order to complete the project and ultimately turn a profit. Cotney Construction Law helps their clients achieve this goal by managing risks in their contractual agreements, advising clients on good business practices and, when necessary, vigorously representing their clients in disputes.”

Roofing companies that enroll in a subscription-based plan are able to realize the benefit of retaining general counsel, without the fees typically associated with doing so. Through the subscription plan, clients will have access to attorneys to assist with a variety of legal issues. Additionally, clients will be able to utilize law firm subscription-based services to ensure their companies follow laws and regulations that impact their businesses. In turn, clients will be able to better manage their risks and retain more of their hard-earned profits.  

“Far too long the costs of legal services have presented a hurdle to businesses in need of legal assistance,” said Cotney. “However, times are changing, and by offering various subscription plan packages, our clients can not only budget for legal spend, but also take a proactive approach in protecting their businesses.”