Construction often leads to a myriad of issues that can range from the simple to the complex. Our construction litigation attorneys at the Coover Law Firm are here to listen to your needs and provide the knowledge and expertise needed to help you work through any construction litigation matter. The construction law practice at Coover Law Firm encompasses many complex legal issues in construction, any of which require the assistance of knowledgeable attorneys experienced in Maryland construction law:
Construction litigation is the area of law covering legal disputes that arise out of building and construction projects. These disputes can arise under both construction agreements and claims of injury or wrongful death caused by negligent behavior. In both cases, construction litigation refers to civil lawsuits involving private parties and is governed by rules and burdens of proof that are distinct from those applicable to criminal prosecution.
Contract disputes that lead to construction litigation sometimes involve simple matters, such as non-payment, work conditions or project deadlines often involving just two parties, the general contractor and a subcontractor. Other times, the contract disputes are complex and involve claims regarding the quality and scope of work performed or matters pertaining to clauses in loan agreements. These are likely to include additional parties, such as suppliers and lenders. Construction litigation involving negligence often centers on defects discovered by homeowners or commercial property owners during or after the construction process. Such discoveries will sometimes lead to lawsuits against builders and construction companies based on claims of defective materials, improper soil analysis and negligent structural engineering. The experienced attorneys at the Coover Law Firm in Columbia, Maryland are prepared to represent your interests and to litigate them if necessary.
The Coover Law Firm is ready to assist you in construction litigation involving claims relating to roofs, mold, wood siding, thin brick cladding systems, fire suppression systems, filigree slab systems, structural failures, HVAC and other mechanical systems, sanitary sewer systems, sea walls, reserve deficiencies, professional malpractice, breaches of fiduciary duty by Builder-Sponsors and Boards of community associations, as well as issues arising under the Maryland Consumer Protection Act; Prompt Payment Statute; Mechanics’ Lien Act; Custom Home Protection Act; Home Builder Registration Act and Home Improvement law and regulations.
Our construction law experience includes representation in court as well as before various state agencies and the Maryland Office of Administrative Hearings. If you find yourself in a construction dispute that requires legal intervention to resolve, call on the Coover Law Firm for assistance. Based in Columbia, we represent clients throughout Howard, Anne Arundel, Frederick, Baltimore and Carroll counties. Call 410-995-1100, toll free at 866-425-9555, or contact us online to schedule a consultation with a knowledgeable and experienced Maryland construction law attorney.