Construction Disputes Meet at the Junction of Contracts and Torts, Koester & Bradley, has the Knowledge to Help
Koester & Bradley Central Illinois Construction Attorneys
Koester & Bradley, LLP represents owners, contractors and subcontractors in disputes arising out of construction projects primarily involving the construction of commercial buildings and roadways. They also have further experience in regard to private dwellings. Each Construction matter is unique in the issues of law and facts. Compounding the issues is the fact that no two sets of facts are the same. Construction litigation is increasing in Champaign-Urbana and across Central Illinois as new construction and building has increased in the years following the recession.
Attorneys at Koester & Bradley, LLP have represented private individual and local governments across the state of Illinois in regard to construction disputes. In most of these cases, intense contract analysis comes before substantial litigation efforts. Thus, a universal understanding of the law is required.
Additionally, in order to grasp the factual underpinnings of each case, it is vital that your counsel has a general knowledge of engineering and building bast practices as well. The Koester & Bradley, LLP construction litigation attorneys, with a home base in Central Illinois in Champaign County, have expertise in litigation involving claims relating to Exterior Insulation and Finishing Systems (EIFS), roofs, mold, wood siding, thin brick cladding systems, fire suppression systems, structural failures, HVAC and other mechanical systems, sanitary sewer systems, sea walls, reserve deficiencies, professional malpractice, and breaches of fiduciary duty.
We can provide guidance throughout the litigation process or advice on discrete issues along the way. Please consult a member of the Koester & Bradley, LLP firm for a free consultation and analysis in regard to your construction dispute in Central Illinois.
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