Construction projects in New York and New Jersey can quickly go from straightforward to complex. With so many working parts and parties involved, it’s not uncommon to encounter difficulties. While some of these problems can easily be resolved, others evolve into major disputes. It is important that you understand what legal options you have when it comes to protecting your rights and interests while reaching a resolution.
Whether you are a property owner, contractor, subcontractor, supplier or any other party to a construction project, you may suffer loses and damages due to a breach of contract, construction defects or a dispute related to the construction project.
At Mitchell Pollack & Associates, PLLC, our attorneys understand the toll commercial disputes can have. We take the time to understand the issue at hand, exploring what legal options are available to effectively resolve the matter.
Taking the matter to court may be the best method to address a construction dispute or zoning matter; however, this is not the only option. Our attorneys have successfully resolved these matters outside of court. Through arbitration, our law firm promotes a resolution by representing our clients during this out-of-court method guided by a neutral third party.
Commercial disputes can come in many forms. They could involve single-family homes, multi-family homes, apartment buildings, office buildings, retail property and other real estate. Furthermore, they could involve disputes concerning breach of contract, construction defects, design issues, insurance matters, disputes concerning property lines, boundary disputes, building permits, easement disputes and other construction and real estate matters. No matter the type of dispute, our law firm has a large breadth of experience, helping us provide information and advice for your matter.