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Effective Strategy To Represent Your Construction Defects Interests

At LaBletta & Walters LLC, our decades of experience have afforded us a broad-based purview of New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania construction defects matters. Representing both plaintiffs and defendants means that we can see both sides of an issue and fully develop an all-encompassing strategy.

Understanding Construction Defects

When constructing a building or home, everyone wants the same thing: a smooth process that runs on schedule and stays within budget. Unfortunately, things do not always go according to plan. Water damage, dry rot and mold can create issues, as can cracks in the foundation, walls, counter tops and roof. Structural issues can cause major delays and unforeseen increases in cost. Worldwide events can cause a surge in materials costs or availability. When issues or disputes arise, the team at LaBletta & Walters LLC is here to offer straightforward counsel and guidance regarding the most cost-effective way to resolve the problem.

Taking The Optimal Path To Resolution

Firm partners Mark J. Walters and Christian P. LaBletta have extensive experience with construction defects litigation. We work hand in hand with you to develop the most effective strategy to represent your interests. In addition to representing matters in court, we utilize alternative dispute resolution options, such as binding arbitration and intercompany arbitration, to bring matters to finality quickly and control costs.

Work With The Firm That Has Your Best Interests At Heart

At LaBletta & Walters LLC, we understand the importance of your construction defects case. That is why we take the time to work one-on-one with you and utilize a collaborative approach to attain the most favorable outcome. Call 732-945-7987 or send us an email to begin the process. Reach out to us to discuss your issue and find out how our decades of successful experience can benefit your construction defects lawsuit.