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Construction disputes are usually costly, and more than that, destructive of schedules. Many worthwhile and major projects have been terminated midway, and multiple contractual parties are the losers.

Whether you are an owner, developer, contractor, subcontractor or architect/engineer, you need the protection of lawyers versed in construction litigation and skilled in resolving these disagreements to your advantage.

The attorneys at Gottschlich & Portune, LLP, in Dayton, Ohio, are called upon to mediate, arbitrate or litigate cases in court involving every facet of construction law.

We Can Resolve Almost Any Dispute

Construction is the single most difficult major industry from a legal standpoint. It helps to know your business interests are protected, that you will be paid for the work you have performed, that the contracts you follow are clear and enforceable, and that your legal representation has your back in all these matters. We have helped resolve conflicts over many different incidents, including:

  • Improper or negligent work
  • Mechanic’s liens
  • Quality of work claims
  • Building collapse
  • Roof failure
  • Crane collapse
  • Foundation failure
  • Nonpayment by contracting parties
  • Contractual arbitration
  • Professional liability claims
  • Insurance coverage disputes
  • Contractual indemnification claims
  • Highway design and construction disputes
  • Lien and bond claims
  • HVAC defects
  • OSHA violations and disputes
  • Water infiltration issues
  • Window, stucco and siding failure
  • Workplace injury claims

We resolve the majority of cases before the American Arbitration Association. Cases arise in both the public and private sectors. Clients include contractors, subcontractors, owners, design professionals, sureties and insurers. We partner, when appropriate, with skilled investigators, accountants, economic impact analysts and other professionals.

Get Help Resolving Your Issue

Construction issues need to be resolved as soon as possible so that everyone else can continue with the project. To discuss details of your construction dispute, give us a call at 937-913-0200. You can also email us using this form.