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Construction Litigation Attorney

Contact Pincus Goodman, P.C., immediately for help if you face a construction dispute in Virginia Beach. We can protect your rights and litigate your case in court to try to reach your desired result.

A construction lawsuit can arise for numerous reasons. Sometimes, there are conflicts between a property owner and a developer, contractor, architect, or engineer. Feuds can also develop between the property owner and a neighboring property owner. When that happens, a construction litigation attorney might need to step in and resolve the issue.

Pincus Goodman, P.C., understands the challenges you face during a construction project. With multiple moving parts, anything can happen that requires legal action. Call us at (757) 301-9634 today for an initial consultation to learn more about what we can do for you.

Understanding Construction Law

The construction industry is subject to specific laws. These laws impose strict standards you must follow during commercial and residential construction jobs. Since construction often involves many different parties, disagreements and complications can bring the project to a screeching halt. Construction disputes can involve people such as:

  • Engineers
  • Property or business owners
  • Contractors
  • Suppliers
  • Subcontractors
  • Developers
  • Architects

Construction lawsuits are complex. They require specialized knowledge and skill to handle each stage of litigation. You should not pursue a case without an experienced construction litigation attorney by your side.

Pincus Goodman is familiar with the laws and procedures we must follow while representing our clients. When the stakes are high, we can efficiently pursue the necessary action to resolve your legal issue. Whether you’re dealing with compliance issues, breach of contract, or design deficiencies, you can count on us to protect your rights and interests.

Common Types of Construction Litigation

At Pincus Goodman, P.C., we take construction cases involving numerous types of disputes, including:

  • Construction defects and failures
  • Workers compensation claims
  • Differing or changed site conditions
  • Environmental hazards
  • OSHA violations
  • DPOR complaints
  • Lien claims
  • Design deficiencies
  • Breach of contract
  • Inadequate project management
  • Unpaid or underpaid work
  • Violation of building or safety codes
  • Post-completion warranty claims
  • Shoring and slope failures
  • Radon and mold-related problems
  • Job site safety violations and accidents
  • Terminations for convenience and default
  • Failure to complete the project

We also have experience with alternative dispute resolution (ADR). When you want to avoid taking your case to trial, we could help you find a way to resolve the matter outside of court.

Arbitration and mediation are less costly and time-consuming than litigation. Alternative dispute resolution allows you and the opposing party to meet with a neutral third party to discuss the matter and try to agree on a resolution. If you can settle during ADR, the lawsuit ends, and you avoid going to trial.

Pursuing a Construction Claim or Pre-Claim

The standard method of bringing legal action against another party involved in a construction project is filing a claim. You should contact Pincus Goodman, P.C., before pursuing your case. We can prepare the necessary notices to initiate your claim and lawsuit and gather valuable documentation to support your arguments.

Let us handle the complicated legal process on your behalf so you can focus on more important matters. We will guide you during each stage of litigation and offer much-needed advice so you can make informed decisions on how you want everything handled.

Get Help with Your Construction Lawsuit Now

Don’t risk your rights and future by representing yourself in a lawsuit or hiring an inexperienced attorney. Pincus Goodman, P.C., has the skills and knowledge to build a strong case and handle every small detail efficiently and accurately. We will fight to protect your interests and try to resolve the matter favorably.

Call (757) 301-9634 or contact us online for a confidential consultation if you need help from a trusted construction litigation attorney to resolve your construction dispute.

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