Areas Of Practice
Ms. Eyerman represents general contractors, subcontractors, developers, and design professionals in all areas of construction law in both a litigation and transactional capacity.
Early in her career, Ms. Eyerman was the general counsel for a small construction firm, working on private and government projects. Ms. Eyerman worked on public bids, drafting and negotiating contracts, maintained all project data and information in Prolog Manager, and was the project manager on several small projects.
In 2002, Ms. Eyerman worked for a nationally recognized construction law firm, where she worked on litigation of large, national construction projects, including the Amtrak Northend Electrification Project, and delay claims arising from airport construction projects.
Ms. Eyerman worked in Travelers’ Florida staff counsel construction defect ligation practice for over nine years. She was the Florida representative for national construction alerts and changes and she was on the national construction defect leadership team.
- Florida, 1996
- United States District Court, Northern District of Florida
- The Florida Bar
- Member Benefits Committee
- St. Petersburg Bar Association
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Many cases overlap several areas of law. As a full service law firm, we are able to recognize how one legal discipline impacts another. We work as a team on complex issues that require knowledge of a variety of state and federal laws. This multi-disciplinary approach allows clients to receive the large-firm advantage of access to multiple attorneys in a wide scope of practice areas as well as the hands-on customer service offered by a boutique law firm. In addition to civil litigation, employment law, workers’ compensation defense, commercial law, construction law and appeals, our firm also handles professional liability claims.
Our bilingual staff is available to assist with immigration matters, including consular and removal defenses.