CYBER SECURITY WARNING! If you receive an email from our office with an attachment from Dropbox or elsewhere, do NOT open it. It is a phishing scam.

We make legal services affordable.
Our consultations are only $99 for the first 30 minutes!

What types of construction disputes can lead to litigation?

On Behalf of | Aug 11, 2016 | Construction Litigation |

From a young age, many of us are taught to talk through arguments in order to come to some common ground and find a solution. While that might work as kids or when it comes to fights with friends and family members, it’s not exactly that easy when we as adults are engaged in a professional dispute.

For instance, let’s imagine you are remodeling your home. In certain situations, you could find that no amount of talking is going to solve the problem, and legal action is necessary. These situations could include:

  • Disagreements about what is and is not a foreseeable delay
  • Who should cover unexpected expenses
  • Arguments over liability for defective products
  • Allegations of a contract breach
  • Penalties for non-payment
  • Acceptable actions to take in light of a failure to perform work

In these situations, chances are that you are going to have a very different opinion and perspective on the matter than the other party.

And since there may be no personal relationship at stake, neither of you necessarily has a reason to give in to the other, putting completion of the job in jeopardy. Not only is a project on the line when it comes to serious construction disputes, but so is your time and money.

With all this in mind, it should be clear that taking construction disputes and the potential for litigation seriously will be essential, as it could be unavoidable.

The attorneys at our firm have helped people all across North Carolina resolve disputes regarding construction of homes or commercial property, and we can discuss your case with you. Whether your case goes through litigation or you are able to resolve the matter through alternative methods, we can help you fight for a fair settlement. For more information, please visit our website.

RSS Feed

FindLaw Network