Take Legal Action For Construction Defects
Construction contract law is complex, especially where construction defects are involved. Combine that with the fact that there are strict limits on the time in which a construction defects claim must be filed — and the need to speak with an attorney about your rights and options as soon as you can becomes clear.
Put more than 30 years of construction contract law and litigation experience to work for you — contact Hubble & Pistorius online, or call us directly in Austin or Dallas, Texas, today. Initial consultations are provided at no cost.
At Hubble & Pistorius, we help homeowners, condominium associations, apartment complex owners, developers, contractors, homebuilders and others to resolve disputes involving construction contract law and construction defects through both arbitration and litigation. Our practice is statewide and includes cases of:
- Poor workmanship
- Use of substandard materials
- Specified materials not used
- Water damage
- Toxic mold
- General contractor negligence
- Subcontractor negligence
- Architect malpractice
- Civil engineer malpractice
- Safety defects
- Code violations
- Breach of warranty claims
- Breach of warranty of habitability claims
- Abandoned construction projects
Although the damages in any given case will vary according to the unique facts, circumstances and contract language involved — repair (mitigation) expenses, differences in the value of the property, temporary housing or relocation costs, compensation for loss of use, attorney’ fees and other related costs may be sought and obtained.
Attorney John Hubble understands how construction contract law has been applied and interpreted by Texas courts in construction defects litigation. Because of that, we are able to offer outstanding service, representation, and results in all aspects of construction litigation and can aggressively seek full compensation on your behalf.
Statewide Representation and Results
Dallas: 214-361-1262/Austin: 281-362-2705
For answers to other questions you may have about construction contract law, or your legal rights and options — please call either of our two office locations in Texas, or contact us online for a free consultation with lawyer John Hubble.