The Firm provides its clients with extensive counseling and litigation experience related to a wide variety of construction disciplines. We represent contractors, construction managers, developers, design professionals, and suppliers in all types of public and private construction and development.
We identify issues, solve problems and resolve disputes during contract formation and the performance period. We regularly counsel our clients on litigation avoidance and work closely with them to confront and resolve issues in the field, proving that a prompt response often prevents delay, uncertainty and costly litigation.
We represent clients in state and federal courts, in arbitration proceedings, and in other alternative dispute resolution forums in connection with litigation and claims arising out of the construction process, including contract performance and termination issues, allegations of construction defects, and allegations of defective or negligent design claims.
We routinely handle a full range of construction disputes and litigation with particular experience in breach of contract claims, change orders, collection remedies, construction insurance and bad faith issues, damage analysis, delay and extra work claims, design and construction defect claims, mechanic’s liens, prompt payment and retention issues, scheduling delays and impacts, and warranty issues and remedies.
Some of the Firm’s representative cases include the following:
Bio-Tech Solutions, Inc. v. La Joya ISD v. Commercial Roofing Systems, Inc. - 2011
Court: 275th District Court of Hidalgo County, Texas
Description: Construction case
Result: Following a two week trial, our client received a defense verdict.
Abel Samaniego v. Barcom Commercial, Inc., et al. - 2008
Court: County Court at Law No. 4 of Nueces County, Texas
Description: Commercial construction personal injury case
Result: The jury found no liability as to our client and awarded approximately $1,600,000 against a co-defendant.
Juan Hernandez, et al. v. Valley Steel Construction, et al. - 2007
Court: 107th District Court of Cameron County, Texas
Description: Breach of a commercial construction contract
Result: The Plaintiff’s demand was $280,000 plus attorney’s fees of $90,000. The jury awarded a verdict of $1,000 against our client, the defendant.
- The Monitor, December 17, 2007