Super Lawyers Construction Litigation Articles

Keeping a Home Renovation on Track

Ohio attorney James T. Dixon offers suggestions for a successful project

Can You Sue a Contractor that has Gone Out of Business?

Homeowners have six years to bring a claim in Colorado

How Can a Mechanics Lien Help a Contractor Get Paid?

It’s a legal remedy to ensure you’re compensated for completed work in Illinois

What Can You Do When a Remodel Goes Awry?

Exploring Colorado homeowners' legal options

4 Common Misconceptions Owners Have About Construction Laws

In Colorado, your rights probably aren’t what you think

Things to Do If You're Buying a Newly Constructed Home

How to protect yourself from legal trouble in Colorado

Can I Sue My Home Builder for Shoddy Workmanship?

Construction liability when weather causes damage based on defects

An Overview on Construction Litigation Law

Potential causes of legal actions and how litigation proceeds

Neighbor Rights During Construction in New York City

What to know and do if your use of property is interfered with

Surviving Reconstruction After the Hurricanes

Florida construction litigators break down what you can expect

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