Successful presentation of construction claims requires the services of a serious student of all elements of the true facts and accompanying construction law involved. You will find no greater skeptic on the planet than a facility owner when presented with a contractor’s claim for money damages.
Construction contractor and subcontractor claims issues – successfully pursued – require numerous, specific, expert services to result in positive outcomes. Our construction claims services include
- thorough initial claim investigation and claim strength analysis,
- determination of the most appropriate theory(ies) of entitlement,
- entitlement precedent search and identification,
- proof of entitlement,
- along with the indispensable “causal connection” proof,
- probable owner defense analysis, with a bright line view to defeating it,
- FOIA research (in special, difficult cases),
- money damages calculations;
and, at times when a reasonable negotiated settlement with your owner or prime contractor proves impossible,
- litigation support and expert testimony.
These services and more, expertly executed, will absolutely promote positive outcomes for your construction claims.
It has been the very personal experience of this construction claims expert when he was a government contractor that – regardless of your own personal level of construction claims knowledge – pursuing your claims absent the expert analysis and support of a third party expert completely and totally familiar with your claims……is futile.
 Barring of course a bizarre verdict which a poisoned jury found and a biased judge ordered in one of our cases. This is a cautionary comment; negotiate your claims with the help of your expert when at all possible. You cannot predict the intent and the mind of judges and juries.
As a “bonus”, may we suggest that before leaving this page you first take note of our very own “copyrighted” Seven Early Warning Signs of a Problem Construction Contract.
Seven Main Services
We offer seven main services to help contractors. They are as follows: