Welcome to Kerrigans Construction Lawyers

Kerrigans is a mixed practice of lawyers and consultants specialising in all commercial and legal aspects of the construction industry.

We are proud of the high standard of the services we provide. All of our lawyers and consultants are technically and professionally qualified and will work with you from project conception to completion to ensure you avoid unnecessary problems and deal with those that arise swiftly and effectively. For a free initial consultation please call us on 0151 647 8862.





Meet the team

Kerrigans lawyers, consultants and staff bring a wealth of experience and expertise to the organisation. Click here for key personnel profiles.


Download details of our training courses, newsletters and links to Professional Bodies.


Throughout the year, Kerrigans holds public seminars, free advice clinics and networking events across The UK and Ireland.


News & Events

RECOVERING Costs in Adjudication – A SHIFT IN THE LAW?

Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998 The right to statutory interest under the Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998 (the “Late Payment Act”) applies to contracts which fail to provide a substantial, contractual remedy for the late payment of debts.

Hats off to the Kerrigans’ team

2015 has been a successful year for the Kerrigans’ team in gathering educational, legal and professional qualifications. In particular, Kerrigans would like to take this opportunity to congratulate:

Kerrigans - 25 years of legal excellence

On the evening of 2 October 2015, clients, fellow practitioners, friends and family came together with Kerrigans at a venue overlooking the Liverpool waterfront to celebrate its 25 years of service to the construction industry which Peter Kerrigan, the managing director of Kerrigans, described as “having gone in a heartbeat”.

A Common Sense Conclusion!

The Supreme Court has finally ruled in the case of Rainy Sky v Kookmin Bank [2011] UKSC 50, finding in favour of the buyers, Rainy Sky.

Amendments to the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 - Ten Essential Points!

Following the introduction of the new construction legislation on 1st October 2011, Chris Holden examines the changes and highlights ten essential points that you should be aware of.