In order to reasonably estimate the costs associated with Northern California building projects, contract bidding is a complex process that requires owners and contractors to provide detailed information about a project. However, changes after contracts have been signed can result in significant discrepancies between project bids and project costs.
Last & Faoro is a San Mateo, California, based construction law firm with extensive experience handling construction claims and requests for equitable adjustments related to San Francisco Bay Area construction projects and those in surrounding areas.
Contact our firm today to find out how we can help you resolve your construction-related claims.
What Kind Of Claim Is At Issue For You?
Changes in the scope of a project can result in significant cost increases for contractors, subcontractors, and owners. Our construction law attorneys have an in-depth understanding complex issues associated with documenting, proving and recovering the costs associated with changes to a contractor's performance resulting from:
- Constructive and formal change orders
- Delay claims
- Consequential damages
- Liquidated damages
- Acceleration claims
- Differing site conditions
- Loss of efficiency claims
- Abandonment claims
- Impact claims
- Cardinal changes
Our Experience Is At Your Service
Our firm also has significant experience addressing a wide range of collection matters covering everything from a property owner's failure to pay a general contractor for work and materials, to complex payment disputes involving the various parties in private or government construction contracts.
We offer extensive experience in handling claim disputes through litigation, arbitration or mediation. The firm is familiar with prompt payment penalties and prejudgment remedies.
Contact Our Attorneys
Please contact the construction claims lawyers at Last & Faoro regarding any construction claim related to a delay claim, an acceleration claim, or constructive or formal change orders. Our attorneys can be reached by phone at 650-425-7679 or by filling out the contact form.