Charlotte Construction Litigation Attorney

The nature of the construction industry requires multiple parties to work together on projects. Although each party shares the common goal of completing every project on time and within budget while performing quality work, things don't always go as planned.

Construction disputes can spring from a wide variety of situations. They often arise when there is a disagreement between parties with regard to performance or payment. You need the advice and counsel of an experienced construction attorney as soon as the dispute arises to preserve your legal claims, including lien rights.

Breach Of Contract, Liens, Delays And Construction Defects

The Moretz & Skufca, PLLC, construction litigation team counsels and represents clients in all construction-related claims:

Moretz & Skufca, PLLC, represents and counsels members of the construction industry throughout North Carolina, including developers, general contractors, subcontractors, architects, engineers and insurance companies.

Construction project disputes encompass business law, litigation and real estate law. The Moretz & Skufca team of attorneys brings top-notch skill in each of these separate but related practice areas.

Ron Skufca, the lead construction litigation attorney at Moretz & Skufca, PLLC, has years of actual hands-on construction work experience and experience handling complex construction-related legal claims as an attorney. We will put our experience to work for you to resolve your dispute.

Construction Arbitration

Most construction contracts contain provisions that require arbitration in the event of a dispute, but the rules and procedures regarding how to conduct the arbitration are generally not contained within the contract. Since arbitration is misunderstood by many in the construction industry, including attorneys, a command of the arbitration rules and procedures has a significant impact on the outcome of the arbitration.

Ron Skufca is knowledgeable and experienced in handling construction cases pursuant to the American Arbitration Association (AAA) rules and the North Carolina Arbitration Act (www.adr.org).

Contact us to discuss your construction matter with an experienced attorney.