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Downey Construction Defect Attorney

Litigation and Dispute Resolution in Construction Cases

Construction contracts and transactions can be complicated. Any disputes or delays can cause significant setbacks and losses for all parties involved. If you are involved in a construction dispute, it is important to consult with an experienced advocate who can protect your rights and investments. At the Law Offices of Orloff and Associates, APC, we are committed to providing strategic, aggressive advocacy focused on protecting our clients and their investments.

Construction Law in California

If you build or remodel residential or commercial property in California, you are well aware of the pitfalls of working in the construction industry. Circumstances beyond your control, including bad weather, natural disasters, delayed supplies and price disputes can transform a routine job into a nightmare. Our firm represents investors, builders, suppliers, contractors, lenders, developers, sub-contractors and other parties involved in construction disputes.

Our Downey construction defects lawyer has extensive experience in resolving a wide range of construction defect and construction-related disputes, including cases involving:

  • Unnecessary delay in project
  • Failure to meet deadlines
  • Contractor/subcontractor disputes
  • Failure to meet OSHA specifications
  • Improper handling of hazardous materials
  • Contract disputes

Resolving Construction Defect and Dispute Matters

We know that the best solutions are resolved out of court. Our attorney will take the time to review the facts of your case and seek a swift and successful resolution in your favor. In the event that we cannot secure your interests through negotiation and settlement, we are prepared to take any case to trial on your behalf.

Case History and Our Record Results

When an unlicensed contractor tore down our client's house and then abandoned the project, we were able to sue the contractor and recover a six-figure judgment against the unlicensed contractor. Under the law, an unlicensed contractor is viewed by the court as just as serious as an unlicensed doctor or lawyer. Any money that they have taken must be returned, and the court will treat the action as misrepresentation, and in some cases, fraud.

Flexible appointment schedules · Credit cards accepted · Our Whittier construction law attorney will address your needs as they arise or serve as de facto in-house counsel, remaining on call to help you and your business whenever a legal challenge arises. Contact us online or call us at 562-869-3034.

Office Location


8402 Florence Avenue, Suite B1
Downey, CA 90240

Phone: (562) 869-3034     
Facsimile: (562) 869-3539

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