Construction law encompasses a broad range of building issues and can include contractual disputes, construction defects, design defects, poor workmanship, fraud, liens, insurance and indemnity, warranty issues, governmental immunity, or damage to third persons or their property arising from the construction process.
This area of the law is also subject to numerous statutory devices – from the local to state to the federal level – which frequently overlap and often conflict. They affect not only the building process and the parties who are directly involved, but also the individuals and businesses who are tied to the construction industry.
Our attorneys have successfully represented both plaintiffs and defendants in construction disputes over residential, commercial and industrial properties. We understand the complexities of the claims and the law and consider them early in the litigation process, working with our clients to find the course that best suits their interests.