Construction Defect Lawyer in California
Construction Defect Litigation
If you are a property owner or are in any way involved in building construction, you are liable to become involved in construction defect litigation. Once legal action is taken, a defendant may in some cases commence an additional suit in an attempt to shift liability to another party. Whatever the specifics, construction defect cases can be quite involved and require the skills of a
California commercial real estate attorney who is familiar with the technical and legal aspects involved.
At Manly & Stewart, our hand-selected staff and extensive experience allow us to serve you with these factors firmly in place. Whether you require representation as a property owner, developer, general contractor, subcontractor, supplier, design specialist or other construction industry professional, we can help. In order to prepare your case, we undertake our own investigation of the relevant issues. This may include reviewing soil and grading at the building site, structural deficiencies, cracks, water intrusion or other such factors. We are dedicated to doing whatever is needed to build a strong case in your favor.
At our firm, we pride ourselves on providing exemplary service and going the extra mile to defend and protect your business as fully as possible. We liaise with qualified consultants to determine the cause of the defect or defects under review. We will obtain comprehensive reports that also note the extent of the situation and whether or not future damage will follow from the defect. How it will best be repaired and what will be involved is of course vital information that will also be included. Our skills allow us to determine the best way to obtain and keep insurance coverage for construction defect claims wherever possible. Even once a case is concluded, we can help to prepare the disclosure package and assist in finding qualified repair contractors.
Contact a California construction defect lawyer
for representation in construction defect litigation.