Despite everyone’s best efforts to make things work well, disputes in the construction industry are all too common.
Disputes come in every variety and at one time or another, they effect every party to the construction project. Disputes usually consume a lot of time and money, and result in frustrating delays to the project.
When a dispute arises, the parties typically turn to the contract documents for guidence on a possible resolution, and this may lead the parties to a neutral, mediation, arbitration or court.
Unfortunately, in many cases, the expense involved in a pursuing a dispute can be far out of proportion to the money actually at stake.
Regardless of your type of dispute and/or the contract documents applicable, without fail the parties involved with a dispute are faced with legally significant decisions and deadlines. An attorney with experience in construction disputes can help you pursue your claim in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
The Wolfe Law Group is experienced in resolving disputes between contractors, subcontractors, architects and owners in both court and through alternative dispute resolution.
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