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Extensive Litigation Experience Handling Phoenix Construction Disputes

If you are involved in a construction dispute, it’s very important to retain legal counsel with a deep knowledge of construction law. The rules and procedures are complex. Without experienced guidance, such matters can become extremely costly.

Protecting Your Rights In All Construction Litigation Matters

At Kadish & Associates Law Group, our Phoenix, Arizona, attorneys have decades of experience handling construction claims involving many different situations. We have litigated cases in front of jury and handled numerous arbitration proceedings.

We often assist with resolving disputes involving:

  • Breach of contract
  • Construction defects
  • Delay damages
  • Mechanic’s liens
  • Negligence claims
  • Bond claims
  • Contractor claims

The Importance Of Communication

It’s important for your attorney to have dispute resolution experience — but that’s not the only factor that determines whom you hire to advocate for our interests.

At our firm, we take pride in making sure we offer consistent communication with each and every person we represent through every step of the process.

This means that, as a client, you will have a single point of contact throughout your representation with the ability to openly communicate with us, when you need to.

Past clients have praised us for their ability to always locate their lawyer, quickly and efficiently.

Call 480-967-2688 To Find Out How We Can Help

Whether litigation, arbitration or mediation is the most effective way to resolve your construction dispute, we can help.

Understanding cost is always a factor, we offer competitive rates and aim to help you avoid expensive legal fees. Contact us today.

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