At Halverson & Associates, we mediate and litigate disputes arising between contractors and subcontractors involving mechanic's liens and other issues. We also represent business owners, homeowners and contractors in contract disputes or construction defect disputes, and we perform contract reviews for architects, designers and suppliers.
Parties throughout Southern California trust our experienced San Francisco lawyers for contractor and construction disputes. We diligently represent our clients' interests in lawsuits involving:
- Breach of contract
- Construction defects
- Questionable workmanship quality
- Change order disputes
- Failure to complete the project or complete it on time
- Failure to build according to plans or according to code
- Failure to pay for materials contracted for
- Contractor license bonds
- Mechanic's liens and stop notices
- Building permits and appeals
- Post-construction issues
Representing Either Side In Construction Defect Litigation
Structural failure, extensive water damage and other problems can result in exorbitant repair costs for property owners. When these problems are alleged to arise from construction defects, the assistance of a skilled construction defect lawyer is critical.
In practice since 1970, our lawyers resolve a broad spectrum of construction defect disputes through negotiation, mediation or litigation. Such alleged defects commonly involve:
- Landslides/soil movement
- Water damage and mold
- Cracked stucco or concrete
- Roof or window leaks
- Wall cracks
- Uneven floors
- Electrical and plumbing defects
- Other defects
We also retain a thorough understanding of California's Right to Repair Act (Senate Bill 800) and its legal impact on homeowners.
Contact An Attorney For Mechanic's Liens, Defects And More
To learn more about how our California law firm can represent your interests in any contractor dispute, request a free initial phone consultation today. Contact us at 415-906-2634 in San Francisco. You may also email us through our secure online form. Credit cards are accepted.