Construction law requires an understanding of construction techniques and materials as well as an in depth understanding of the statutes and laws that affect those claims. The attorneys at Brewer, Krause, Brooks & Chastain, PLLC who handle these matters have that background and experience. Often times the evidence is stale because construction took place years before and defending these cases requires an ability to put together a puzzle so that a jury can understand what occurred when many of the pieces of that puzzle are missing. This requires investigation, witness interviews, close physical inspection, working with experts and working with builders who are trying to make a living and defend themselves at the same time.
We have represented builders and sub-contractors for claims involving dirt work, grading, foundations, storm water runoff, HVAC, electrical work, interior leaks, vent pipes, flashing, improper drainage, French drain systems, tile installation, masonry work, decking, footers, windows and doors, plumbing and electrical, roofing and gutters. These cases have ranged from simple homes to convention centers and housing developments. We have the experience and ability to defend complicated construction law cases and have done so for over 20 years.