Edward C. Lohrer devotes his practice almost exclusively to construction law and litigation. Mr. Lohrer has significant experience representing owners, developers, associations, contractors, design professionals, and governmental entities in a variety of construction-related litigation. Among others, Mr. Lohrer handles construction-related issues involving contractual disputes, delay, defect, design and warranty claims, payment and performance bond claims and Florida’s construction lien law throughout the State of Florida.
Mr. Lohrer is Board Certified in construction law by the Florida Bar and has been awarded an AV Preeminent Rating by Martindale-Hubbell.
Mr. Lohrer has served in the United States Army and continues to serve in the United States Army Reserves. He has been deployed to locations around the world, including a 12 month combat tour in Iraq from 2003-2004 as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
PROFESSIONAL / COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES
Mr. Lohrer is an active member of the civic and legal community. He is actively involved with the United Way and serves on its Military Families Advisory Committee in an effort to help veterans with employment, financial, legal, housing and related issues. Mr. Lohrer is also actively involved with the Broward County Bar, where he serves as the Bar’s liaison to the United Way and is an active member of the Construction Law Committee. Mr. Lohrer also devotes his time to various other legal groups and communities at both the state and local level and frequently lectures to diverse groups throughout the state on numerous construction-related topics.