Effective Solutions To New Jersey And New York Construction Disputes
Anytime there’s a dispute between an owner and a contractor or a contractor and a subcontractor, according to the general conditions, one party is required to make a written claim to the other party, to be resolved in negotiations, mediation, arbitration or litigation. These disputes can be made for any number of reasons, including faulty documentation, construction defects or delays, unforeseen conditions, violations and damages to adjacent properties. Unfortunately, if a claim isn’t made in a timely manner, it’s waived and no further action can be brought, even if it is obvious who is at fault.
Construction claims can completely halt a project, costing countless hours and up to millions of dollars. When the stakes are this high, it’s crucial to partner with an experienced advocate who will take the time to understand all details, work creatively to arrive at a solution and fight aggressively for your rights.
Meet With A Highly Regarded Construction Claim Dispute Attorney
With more than three decades of experience, we at the New York and New Jersey Law Offices of Michael P. Berkley, P.C., are able to provide contractors and owners the guidance needed to work toward ideal outcomes in any type of construction claim case. Because we’ve worked on extremely complex claims related to defective construction, faulty documentation and issues related to the general conditions, there’s no aspect of construction claims for which we’re not prepared. On every case, our lead lawyer Michael P. Berkley works closely with clients to completely understand their situation and work toward cost-effective resolutions.