Houston Construction Litigation Attorneys
Hiring the Right Legal Team Makes a Difference
At Hawash Cicack & Gaston LLP, we know firsthand that construction projects of all sizes come with their share of complicated legal issues that can expose owners, contractors, subcontractors, developers, and other parties to serious financial risk. Our construction litigation lawyers are committed to using our resources and knowledge of the law to protect our clients’ interests and mitigate the risks that can come with construction projects. Our trusted litigators have substantial experience and are known for our client-centered approach and customized legal strategies, so you can rest assured your case is in exceptional hands.
Construction Litigation Cases We Handle
Our litigators can assist in a wide range of construction disputes, including:
- Contract disputes
- Poor workmanship
- Construction delays
- Environmental claims
- Design errors
- Defective materials
- Property damage
- Construction lien disputes
- Texas Property Code violations
- Construction bond claims
- Breach or void of warranty
- Architect & Engineer Malpractice
Why Do I Need a Construction Litigation Attorney?
Construction disputes can halt your business operations and lead to lost revenue, which is why you need a lawyer in your corner who is familiar with every aspect of construction law. From preparing notices and liens to taking specific actions to enforce the terms of contracts, a seasoned lawyer can help you navigate each phase of the legal process and lay the groundwork for your business to succeed once your dispute is resolved.
Whether you are a contractor or design professional or a business property owner, Hawash Cicack & Gaston LLP can help enforce the construction project agreement or defend you against construction claims.
Lawyers with extensive expertise across a wide range of industries.
A team who genuinely cares about finding you the best resolution.
Responsive counsel with a track record of success.
Accepts cases on contingent, hourly and mixed fee basis.