Construction flaws can result from a variety of different issues, and it will not always be immediately clear what – or who – is to blame. As a result, resolving disputes related to construction flaws requires in-depth knowledge of the materials, engineering and legal issues at hand.
Saavedra-Goodwin is a Fort Lauderdale commercial real estate law firm that represents clients in disputes related to construction flaws. Our attorneys have decades of experience in settlement negotiations, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) proceedings and litigation, and they are intimately familiar with the unique and complex issues at play in disputes involving construction defects. Whether your company is facing liability or you need to seek damages for negligent design, engineering or construction, we can help you achieve a favorable result in a cost-effective manner.
The term “construction defect” encompasses various different types of flaws arising both prior to and during the construction process. This includes flaws such as:
These issues can impact virtually all aspects of a construction project, and they can do so at all phases of the construction process. Our practice encompasses the representation of plaintiffs and defendants in disputes involving:
We represent clients in negotiations, ADR and litigation involving commercial and industrial properties, entertainment venues, public works, apartment buildings, condominiums, and single-family residences. Our attorneys are skilled at handling all aspects of construction litigation, and we work diligently to resolve our clients’ disputes as efficiently as possible. If you believe you may have a construction defect claim, or if your company is facing liability in relation to an alleged construction flaw, we encourage you to contact us to discuss your case in confidence.
For more information about our firm’s construction defect practice, please call 954-767-6333 or contact us online. With offices in Fort Lauderdale and Celebration, we represent clients throughout the State of Florida.