- Civil Litigation
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- Construction Litigation
Building owners who believe their contractors, subcontractors, architects, or engineers failed to fulfill their obligations under a contract should not allow themselves to become victims or negligent, fraudulent or unsatisfactory construction or design work. They need an aggressive construction litigation attorney who can quickly bring a builder to settlement or provide effective representation at trial.
Construction litigation commonly revolves around breach of contract claims. The construction litigation lawyers at Tully Rinckey PLLC in Albany, N.Y. can help homeowners and business owners in New York, Massachusetts and Rhode Island hold construction companies accountable in cases involving the following:
- Breach of contract
- Construction defects and failures
- Defective materials
- Misrepresentation of contract terms
- Negligent performance or unworkmanlike performance
- Property damage claims
- Warranty claims
Building owners need to know there are strict deadlines for filing breach of contract claims. They could miss their opportunity to collect damages if they wait too long to file a complaint. For example, New York’s Civil Practice Law and Rules gives building owners six years after construction or repair work is completed to take civil action upon a contractual obligation or liability. In cases involving fraud, the window in which they can take civil action is the greater of six years after the completion of the construction or repair work is completed or two years after the fraud is discovered.
General Contractors, Sub-contractors and Suppliers
Even the simplest construction jobs can be complicated when a party fails to adhere to the terms of a contract. A single breach of contract can have a domino effect and impair the ability of contractors, sub-contractors, architects, engineers, and suppliers to perform their duties. It is imperative for construction companies to be represented by an aggressive and effective litigator so any roadblocks can be quickly removed.
The construction litigators at Tully Rinckey PLLC in Albany, N.Y. can represent general contractors, sub-contractors, suppliers, engineers, architects, and suppliers in the following:
Tully Rinckey PLLC’s attorneys in Albany, N.Y. can provide aggressive representation in New York, Massachusetts and Rhode Island in litigation concerning various types of construction projects, including:
Don’t delay! Our construction litigation attorneys can represent individuals and businesses throughout New York’s Capital Region, including Albany, Colonie, Troy, Brunswick, Schenectady, Niskayuna, Saratoga Springs, and Clifton Park. Call one of Tully Rinckey PLLC’s construction litigation lawyers in Albany, N.Y. at 1-888-Law-4-Life or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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