If you are the homeowner and plaintiff in a construction defect litigation case, Rackley Law Firm can help you build a strong case to resolve any dispute, including negotiating for correction of the problem.
Perhaps you are a builder, contractor, installer or remodeling company owner facing allegations of wrongdoing in connection with a construction project. Rackley Law Firm is prepared to help you close this chapter with the least possible disruption to your business.
Types Of Defects Resulting In Construction-Related Disputes
Construction-related disputes may arise from alleged defects or problems ranging from minor to complex, such as:
- A leaky or shifting foundation
- Cracks in interior walls or stone fences
- Moldy drywall
- Nonfunctioning windows
- Improperly installed, dysfunctional heating vents
- Cracked asphalt
- Water intrusion
- Plumbing or electrical defects
- Leaking pipes
- Poorly designed or constructed water runoff systems outdoors (roof flashing and sheathing, gutters, slope of land next to the house)
- Change orders
- Breach of contract
Whichever side of the dispute you are on, we will make sure you understand your options before you commit to a particular strategy: pretrial negotiations, mediation, arbitration or a court trial. We will prepare your case as if for trial even if you do not expect to enter a courtroom. Experience has shown that trial readiness can actually keep you out of the courtroom while supporting an outcome in our favor.
Your Best Interests Will Drive The Strategy If Rackley Law Firm Is On Your Side
Some law firms like to churn up business by making construction litigation cases more complex than they need to be. Our clients, however, appreciate lawyer J. Caleb Rackley’s expedited, practical approach to dispute resolution. He is committed to helping you fight for your rights without squandering the proceeds on hefty hourly rates to pay for excessive legal maneuvering.
“Once we turned it over to Caleb, it was done. We were extremely satisfied and happy with the results.” — Carl Monaco, actual client