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Resolving disputes that arise during a construction project

On Behalf of | Jan 25, 2024 | Construction Law News

Construction projects are often major and complex projects that require various business relationships and contracts. While many construction projects can be completed without issue, others may encounter problems even before breaking ground.

No matter the issue or dispute that has impacted your construction project, it is important to understand your rights and the applicable laws in the situation. This will not only help you resolve the problem but also ensure your rights are protected as well.

Construction disputes

The parties to a construction dispute can vary; however, the attorneys at Coombe, Curry, Rich, Jarvis have a wide range of experiencing defending and aiding developers, general contractors, subcontractors, design professionals, product manufacturers and other parties to a construction project.

Whether it is a public, commercial or industrial project, our law firm has the skills and expertise to guide you through any concern, issue, dispute or litigation that might arise at any point of the project. Our legal team understands that legal challenges are not the only concern. As such, we have guided our clients through business issues that come up prior to and during a project.

Finding a resolution

Our ability to help our clients reach a favorable resolution stems from the technical expertise our attorneys have gained from the complex legal problems we have worked on. Whether it is through negotiations, arbitration or litigation, we have experience resolving matters involving defects, mold, issues with roofing, grading and drainage, foundation movement, building envelope and fenestrations.

A construction contract could be the source of a legal issue or dispute, as such, much attention sound be given to the drafting and negotiation of a construction contract. The complexities of a project are often due to the timeline, budgetary constraints and the schematics of the project. As such, careful attention to these details should be considered when negotiating a contract.

Whether you need help on the business end of things or require assistance with a legal issue, a legal professional can help you better understand your situation and options when it comes to addressing or resolving the construction law matter you are dealing with.