The Construction field is complex, in that various groups must work together to undertake, plan and complete a project. The groups consist of owners, developers, architects, engineers, contractors, subcontractors, construction managers, inspectors, equipment suppliers and material suppliers. With multiple parties involved in a job, this also means there are many risks which can form the basis for legal disputes. There is also a lot of paperwork involved and pressure to work around a very tight schedule. These are all reasons why it is important to consult and work with a skilled attorney who is familiar with California construction law.

Proudly serving the construction industry throughout California, Case, Ibrahim & Clauss, LLP is qualified to assist you. Here are some of the ways our firm can help:

Legal Protection in the Construction Field

Many of our clients contact us on a weekly and monthly basis to resolve construction issues as they arise. This is the preferred method of dispute resolution as it deals with the issues in real time and its goal is to continue to foster a good working relationship with the other contracted parties. It can also help the client avoid costly and protracted litigation, keeping its legal costs down.

Contract Review

We are knowledgeable in construction industry contracts. Getting project construction documents properly negotiated can be time consuming and complicated. We will be able to assist in drafting, revising, negotiating or reviewing your contracts, and make sure that you have all the needed paperwork and are protected from legal risks that may arise.

Resolving Disputes

Some of the most common types of disputes in the construction field involve construction defects, breaches of contract, payment disputes, and professional negligence. Southern California construction lawyers can help negotiate and resolve these types of disputes. Your attorney will also be able to give you valuable advice on the best steps to take to move forward to avoid additional disputes.

Find out More About Our Services

If you have questions regarding construction law, or if you are wondering whether or not you need a lawyer, you should contact our office today. Call us at 714-540-3636 to find out how we can help you.