Breach Of Contract, Liens, Delays And Construction Defects
The Skufca Law construction litigation team counsels and represents clients in all construction-related claims:
- Breach of contract
- Breach of warranty
- Liens: filing, perfection, enforcement and defense
- Construction defects
- Delay, substantial completion and liquidated damages
- Contract termination
- Payment and performance bonds
- Construction Litigation
Skufca Law represents and counsels members of the construction industry throughout North Carolina, including developers, general contractors, subcontractors, architects, engineers and insurance companies.
Construction project disputes encompass business law, litigation and real estate law. The Skufca Law team of attorneys brings top-notch skill in each of these separate but related practice areas.
We focus on quick and cost-effective resolutions that get the job done. We know that parties engaged in disagreements often must continue working with one another on this project or another project down the road. Therefore, if possible, our lawyers take a business preservation approach to resolving disputes.
Resolving Disputes Through Arbitration, Lawsuit Or Settlement
The Charlotte construction litigation attorneys of Skufca Law, are skilled negotiators who seek prompt out of court resolutions of disputes that are favorable to our clients, which can save time and money, and preserve working relationships.
Most construction contracts contain provisions requiring arbitration when disputes arise. Arbitration is often misunderstood, even by attorneys. Our attorneys are trained and experienced in handling construction cases under the standards of the American Arbitration Association rules and the North Carolina Arbitration Act.
Contact The Firm
Skufca Law has office locations in Charlotte and Concord, North Carolina. Contact us to learn more.
Construction Lien Resources From Our Team
- Our PowerPoint presentation on the new contractor’s lien laws that went into effect on April 1, 2013.
- Changes to the lien law enacted the last week of March, 2013.