Law Office

Fighting for Homeowners

  • Construction defects

  • Non-disclosure disputes

  • Insurance-coverage disputes

Fighting for Subcontractors

  • Payment disputes

  • Mechanic’s liens

  • Contract disputes


Jason Tarasek

Jason Tarasek has been practicing law for nearly 20 years with a focus upon construction litigation. 

He often assists homeowners and homeowner associations with problems related to construction defects. In this regard, Jason has gone toe-to-toe with insurance companies for years. He understands the game and he knows how to win.

Jason also represents homeowners asserting non-disclosure claims against homesellers who fail to disclose all that they should.

Furthermore, Jason routinely represents homeowners in insurance-coverage disputes when an insurer fails to honor its obligations under its insurance policy.

Additionally, Jason routinely helps his subcontractor clients obtain full payment for their work by enforcing their payment rights, including rights obtained through mechanic’s liens and Minnesota’s Prompt Pay Act. 

For years, Jason served as the Chapter Attorney for the Minnesota Subcontractors Association (“MSA”). For much of the last decade, Jason worked closely with MSA’s lobbyist and has successfully convinced the Minnesota Legislature to adopt laws that assist subcontractors in obtaining timely payment for their work. 

Jason is an experienced litigator and has first-chaired several jury trials and bench trials over the course of his career. 

Although Jason is an aggressive litigator, he will not litigate just for the sake of litigating. If there is a solution to his client’s problem that would help them avoid extra litigation costs, he will seize it. Jason takes pride in his work; he will never be out-hustled.


Ryan Supple

Ryan Supple is an attorney who focuses his practice on construction litigation. Ryan represents homeowners and homeowner associations in disputes relating to construction defects, non-disclosure claims, and insurance-coverage. Ryan also represents subcontractors in recovering full payment for their work, including through mechanic’s liens and Minnesota Prompt Pay Act claims.

Before joining Tarasek Law Office, Ryan worked for three other law firms where he gained extensive experience representing clients in all stages of civil litigation, from commencing lawsuits and discovery to motion and appellate practice. Ryan has appeared frequently in Minnesota and Wisconsin courts, and has argued cases before the Minnesota Court of Appeals. Ryan has also represented clients in responding to charges and complaints filed with state and federal government agencies.

While Ryan is ready to fight for clients in litigation, he is also keenly aware of the burden and expense that protracted litigation can impose. In this regard, Ryan also has experience negotiating settlements to avoid costly litigation and ensure client recoveries.

During law school, Ryan worked for another firm’s government relations practice lobbying for clients in the Minnesota legislature. In addition, before law school, Ryan worked as a legislative aide in the Wisconsin State Senate where he became intimately familiar with the legislative process and government operations.

Ryan is admitted to practice law in state and federal courts in Minnesota and state courts in Wisconsin.


Aaron Sandvig

Aaron begins with the question, “What’s your goal?” His client’s answer gives Aaron the clarity to build the best path forward. Scorched-earth litigation suits some clients’ needs. But not most. At the end of the day, no one wants to be involved in litigation. Aaron will be more aggressive or less to get his clients through it with their best possible outcome.

Aaron brings nearly a decade of experience in litigation with focuses in real estate, construction disputes, and business conflicts. Having worked in large and small firms, metro and small-town practices, he’s comfortable in any setting or situation his clients have. He handles boundary and fence-line issues, land use and zoning concerns, construction defect cases, mechanics liens, contract disputes, business dissolutions, and numerous other types of conflict. The primary concern in all these cases is “how can we get what the client expected before the dispute arose?”

Outside of lawyering, Aaron started and co-owns a small home services business where he formerly spent more than a few days getting dirty working in central Minnesota homes. He understands the need for clear communication between customers and all contractors. He has experienced first-hand how one parties’ failure to follow through with their commitments impacts everyone. Having experienced both sides of this dynamic, Aaron knows how to navigate the complex dynamics that can develop as small problems sometimes compound into seemingly intractable fights. While you can’t always put the genie back into its proverbial bottle, you can contain the damage that accrues when a construction project gets derailed through frustrated expectations and deteriorating communications. Aaron can help contain that damage.

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