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Proven Experience. Superior Expertise.

Bailey & Dixon attorneys are at the forefront of 21st century construction law, representing special trade contractors, suppliers, general contractors, developers, owners, and architects in all matters and disputes both in and out of court. Licensed to practice in all Federal and State Courts of North Carolina, our team is ready and able to take on and litigate disputes involving Federal, State, and Municipal entities — all with professionalism and expertise from start to finish.

Key services at-a-glance:

  • Mechanic’s Lien claims
  • Payment and Performance Bond Claims
  • Contract drafting, interpretation, and negotiation
  • Construction Project Development
  • Construct defect & delay claims
  • OSHA claims

As always, our goal is to achieve the best possible outcome and/or resolution for our clients, and we will work tirelessly to protect your interests and get there. From ideation support to contract drafting/negotiation, to dispute resolution and/or litigation, we have the legal expertise you need to move forward with confidence.

Our Construction Law Attorneys

David S. Coats

Co-Managing Partner
David Coats is the firm's co-managing partner and senior litigation partner. He has been recognized by and peer selected for The Best Lawyers in America: Business North Carolina Magazine's Legal Elite; and Charlotte Magazine's North Carolina Super Lawyers and has been named by North Carolina Super Lawyers as one of the Top 100 lawyers in the State of North Carolina in 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022.

Cody R. Loughridge

Cody R. Loughridge represents corporate and individual clients in complex civil litigation, including construction, commercial collections, contract interpretation, and various other debtor-creditor disputes.

David S. Wisz

David Wisz regularly represents insurance companies and their insureds in a variety of civil litigation matters. His broad insurance experience ranges from personal injury defense litigation, construction defect litigation, and homeowners’ association litigation.
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