Tampa Construction Litigation Attorney
Whether you’re involved in a simple home construction or complex commercial construction, disputes can cost you time and money, rob you of the enjoyment of your property, and seriously threaten your business. Adrian R. Castro helps clients who are mired in controversy get relief and move their projects forward. I represent clients involved in all aspects of construction, including homeowners, businesses, general contractors, subcontractors, developers, lenders, , design professionals, and suppliers of materials. I arbitrate, mediate and litigate cases arising from:
- Breach of contract
- Construction bond claims
- Construction defects
- Construction delays
- Home improvement disputes
- Construction lien foreclosure and defense
- Roofing defects
- Swimming pool defects
- Subcontractor breach of contract
Thorough investigation by knowledgeable professionals
Establishing fault in construction cases often requires specialized knowledge of industry practices and standards. My team includes qualified experts commonly used in construction defect cases, including general contractors, engineers and architects.
Mediation and arbitration services
Often parties can avoid expense and delay by mediating disputes about provisions in construction contracts. Moreover, many construction contracts have clauses that require nonbinding or binding arbitration to resolve disputes. I have experience representing parties at arbitration and mediation proceedings. I often negotiate lasting solutions that save my clients time and money and allow them to get their projects back on track.
Fair and just compensation
If you have been harmed by a construction defect or a contractor or subcontractor’s failure to perform, you are entitled to damages for being wronged.
Contact a [Tampa] construction litigation law firm today
Every moment of delay is costing you money. To assert your rights in your construction dispute, call Adrian R. Castro, P.A. at 813-229-9195. I help individuals and businesses resolve construction disputes.