Troubled construction projects have a way of spreading the misery. Disputes over performance or payment can spawn further claims for defense or indemnification against third parties or insurance companies. If your company is a party to construction litigation, it stands to benefit from the advice of an Orange County construction lawyer who not only can meet the demands of the original lawsuit but also can steer it through a complex courtroom battle. Learn more and contact Callahan & Blaine for a free consultation.
Contact a qualified Orange County business attorney at the litigation firm of Callahan & Blaine for attentive client service and practical litigation solutions for construction disputes in Orange County and Southern California. Although the right approach to any case depends on the specific facts and relationships involved, our general strategy from one situation to another covers three essential litigation needs:
Whether your civil action involves contract, warranty or tort claims – or any combination of these – you can depend on Callahan & Blaine to develop and execute the litigation strategy that best meets your needs. Our clients range from small builders and subcontractors to owners, developers, purchasers and homeowner associations. The scope of our construction litigation practice covers the full gamut from defects or warranty claims to complex multiparty actions involving developers, general contractors, subcontractors, lenders, guarantors, brokers, and insurers.
For additional information about the benefits of working with an experienced and accomplished Orange County construction attorney in California construction disputes, contact the AV-rated* litigation firm of Callahan & Blaine by calling (714) 241-4444 or contact us online.
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