On behalf of Kadish & Associates Law Group posted in Construction Litigation on Friday, May 31, 2019.
People who hire general contractors have firm ideas of what work they want done. This work is usually outlined in a contract that must be followed by both parties. When either party doesn’t do what they are supposed to, the contract terms can be challenged if necessary. You should review the contract to learn its stipulations and restrictions.
While reputable contractors will correct issues without any trouble, others with less stellar reputations will try to make things as difficult on you as possible. We know that you might not want to go through this, so we are here to help you learn what options you have and work with you to try to get the issues resolved.
There are times when people who have to deal with a contractor who won’t abide by the terms of the contract might have monetary losses. One example is when the structure being erected or modified is a business that can’t open on time due to construction delays.
There are certain things that you might be able to pursue when you file your case. Some people opt to seek financial compensation for physical and financial damages. We need to evaluate your case and let you know what might be possible so you can determine if this is the avenue you want to take.
Once you decide on a specific option, we can get the process moving. We want to protect your rights and make sure that your interests remain foremost during the litigation process. Just don’t wait too long to seek redress since there are time limits that must be considered in these cases.