When Contractors Fail To Do Their Jobs, Somebody Pays
When you contract a company to build a business premises or a home, you expect the work to be done correctly. Unfortunately, construction defects do occur. When this happens, you need to hold the contractor accountable for shoddy workmanship.
Problems arise when the contractor claims that it is not its fault, that the fault lies with a subcontractor hired to do a portion of the project. The subcontractor may blame the defect on another subcontractor it hired. This leaves you, the property owner, trying to trace down a responsible party when each is blaming the other for the fault. Instead, you should consult with a Texas attorney handling contractor and subcontractor litigation.
At Hubble & Pistorius, we have a 25-year-long tradition of winning. We understand Texas contract law, as well as the workings of the construction industry. We combine these with a strong work ethic and excellent customer service to bring your case to a successful resolution.
Tracking Down The Responsible Party
The general contractor is the original responsible party, as it hired the subcontractors. Our attorneys spend a great deal of time and effort reviewing contracts, looking at expert evidence, when available, and putting together a strong case. They work hard to show fault on the part of the negligent parties, prove liability and hold those parties accountable.
We have extensive experience in handling these and other contractor and subcontractor disputes:
- Failure to disclose the conditions of the property
- Failure to complete a job
- Failure to complete a project up to specifications
- Misrepresentation of licensing
- Misrepresentation of insurance
- Construction defects
Our lawyers are personally involved in your case. This gives intimate knowledge of your situation, which they combine with years of experience in dealing with insurance companies to pursue a remedy to your circumstances.