Disputes With Construction Contractors in New York?
With so much invested in a construction project, disputes between owners and builders defy easy resolution. If the dispute has escalated, the legal team at E. Stewart Jones Hacker Murphy will help you take legal action and protect your vested interests.
Our team of attorneys have substantial experience in construction litigation in the counties of Albany, Schenectady, Troy, Colonie, Saratoga Springs, and all of Upstate New York.
Diverse Legal Experience
E. Stewart Jones Hacker Murphy represents businesses and municipalities seeking remedy for negligent construction or breach of contract. We have sued builders, architects and design professionals for catastrophic failure, water intrusion and other construction defects from incompetent design or shoddy building methods, or for unreasonable project delays and cost overruns.
We also represent construction contracting firms in suing for progress payments, non-payment or contractor termination, including subcontractor claims against general contractors. We file and perfect mechanic’s liens, up to and including foreclosure if necessary.
Our attorneys also handle zoning and land use litigation in development and construction, representing builders, owners or local governmental bodies.
Serving clients throughout New York State, from Albany’s Capital District region, E. Stewart Jones Hacker Murphy provides both arbitration and litigation of these conflicts. We will pursue monetary damages for economic loss or specific performance or summary judgment to hold the other party to its obligations in construction contracts and commercial property transactions.
Upstate NY Construction Dispute Attorneys
Our proven and highly-skilled legal team have significant experience mediating, negotiating, settling, and litigating a variety of legal matters, including the following:
Arrange a consultation to discuss your situation directly with one of our knowledgeable and accomplished trial lawyers. We offer free consultations in any of our five regional offices in Albany, Schenectady, Troy, Colonie, and Saratoga Springs.