Los Angeles County Construction Litigation Attorney
Assisting Individuals and Businesses with the Construction Litigation Process
Construction litigation often occurs when there are defects with respect to buildings and building parts – or where there is evidence of design and/or engineering malpractice. In some instances, disputes that arise between homeowners/business entities and construction companies/builders can be resolved informally. When they cannot, it may be necessary to litigate the dispute in the state court system. When litigation becomes necessary, experts may be called upon to support each side’s version of the case.
The California construction litigation lawyers at Urbach Law Offices, PC, have represented a variety of individuals in construction matters, including investors, developers, and builders. Our team can assist you throughout every step of the litigation process, including representing your interests in court, if necessary.
Construction defects include a variety of problems related to a failure on the part of a builder to construct a building in a careful and workmanlike manner. Some common examples of construction defects include leaky windows or doors, plumbing problems, slanted floors and walls, and other types of defects that result from not constructing a home properly. Construction defects may also result from using improper building materials.
Design and Engineering Malpractice
Architects, engineers, and other design professionals are required to abide by their profession’s standards of care when they are engaged in their work. When these design professionals fail to abide by the prevailing standards of care, and a serious defect results, then these individuals can be held accountable.
Talk to a California Construction Litigation Lawyer Today
The legal team at Urbach Law Offices, PC, is ready to assist you with all of your construction litigation needs. For a free case evaluation and legal consultation with a Los Angeles county construction litigation attorney, please call us at (310) 479-1200 or contact us online.