Some of our attorneys have practical experience as engineers and backgrounds working in or around the construction industry, so it’s no surprise construction defect litigation is one of our chief areas of focus and why our clients consistently turn to us to help resolve their construction defects claims. We focus on complex construction litigation and that experience includes class action construction defects claims and cases including residential and commercial construction.
We represent clients from all industry perspectives including owners, developers, contractors, construction managers, subcontractors, suppliers, design professionals and insurers. Our attorneys have significant experience with construction defects litigation involving moisture intrusion issues. This experience includes claims of water intrusion from the roofing systems, cladding systems, and related penetrations in those systems such as windows, doors, mechanical penetrations, and electrical penetrations. The alleged moisture intrusion in construction defects litigation can have many sources and we have litigated issues involving water intrusion from subsurface conditions, surface conditions, storms, floods, and continuous and repeated exposures to excessive moisture.
In addition to moisture intrusion claims, our attorneys handle construction defect litigation involving other aspects of construction such as site defects, building envelope defects, structural deficiencies, mechanical and electrical systems defects, and building life safety defects. We routinely provide coverage opinions and analysis to insurance carriers whose insureds are faced with construction defect claims.
We litigate and represent parties faced with construction defects at trial, arbitration, mediation and at administrative hearings. Like the construction process, construction defects litigation involves document intensive investigation in a highly technical field with multiple parties. Our understanding of and experience with construction defects litigation allows us to focus on your specific needs to achieve the best obtainable results for you or your company, so you can focus on your core business operations.