Knowledge Of California Commercial Construction Defect Law
Klein & Wilson represents clients throughout California in a wide range of commercial real estate disputes, including those involving construction defects and other construction law cases. The firm possesses an extensive knowledge of construction law, with a thorough understanding of construction defects and can handle even the most complex disputes. When everything is at stake, trust Klein & Wilson to find a favorable legal remedy.
California Commercial Construction Law And Commercial Construction Defect Litigation
Construction defects can occur for a variety of reasons. Sometimes contractors neglect to follow standard construction procedures, resulting in cracks and other structural issues. In other cases, contractor negligence leads to squeaking floors, leaking roofs or walls, cracks in the foundation, and many other serious problems. Still other defects result from factors outside a contractor’s control such as unpredictable soil movements or weather and the natural shifting of the house.
Klein & Wilson‘s attorneys represent clients in commercial construction law cases involving:
- Negligent design
- Improper construction
- Water damage
- Poor materials
- Failure to account for soil and water movement
- Failure to comply with plans, specifications, and building codes
- Mechanic’s liens
Klein & Wilson has significant experience investigating these matters and determining who, or what is at fault for the defect. The firm handles each case with both diligence and determination and has obtained significant case results for many clients.
Contact Lawyers Effective In Negotiations And In Litigation
Klein & Wilson represents both plaintiffs and defendants in commercial construction law disputes. The firm understands that settling these disputes as quickly and efficiently as possible is often in the best interests of all parties. However, when settlement or mediation is simply not possible, Klein & Wilson‘s lawyers have the skills and experience needed to effectively argue cases in the courtroom.