Litigation of Defect, Delay, Acceleration & Payment Claims

Given the common reality of construction defects or payment disputes, you cannot always avoid litigation in construction-related disputes. Axley’s Wisconsin attorneys have vast experience in representing owners, professionals and contractors in construction-related litigation. Our depth of experience in construction law allows for construction litigation to proceed efficiently, expeditiously and effectively.

Construction defect claims are a fact of life. Axley’s construction litigation attorneys regularly represent owners, architects, engineers, construction managers, contractors and subcontractors in construction defect claims. Our construction lawyers also work with other experts to determine the cause of the construction defects and the most inexpensive means to remedy any defects.

Many construction projects begin with the best intentions, but by the end of some projects there may be finger pointing, and disputes concerning payment or delays. Axley attorneys routinely deal with the front-end of construction projects to prepare contracts in a way to minimize disputes. Our attorneys also regularly handle construction-related claims over payments, acceleration and delays, such as change order claims.

Litigation of Defect, Delay, Acceleration & Payment Claims Attorneys

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Defective Design & Construction
Defended general contractor of an ethanol plant in multimillion-dollar suit claiming defective design and construction

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