Construction Defect Attorneys in Arizona
Work with an Authority on Construction Litigation
A defect in the design or construction of a residential or commercial property can have serious consequences. If a defect occurs in the midst of a project, the project can be delayed, causing cost overruns and timing issues. If a defect goes unnoticed and a project is completed, it may cause damage to the building, affect the value of the property in the future, or even lead to serious injuries or health problems for people who use or live in the building.
Righi Fitch Law Group represents property owners, home builders, contractors, design professionals, and insurance companies in construction defect matters from the pre-litigation process through arbitration and trial. In addition to helping those adversely affected by defects, we defend clients against construction defect claims to protect their rights and financial well-being. Over many years of practice in the construction defect arena, Righi Fitch has developed a unique expertise guiding home builders through Arizona’s pre-litigation right to repair process. Whether the case involves a pre-litigation process, or needs to be tried to a jury, Righi Fitch is the premier construction defect firm in Arizona and its neighboring states.
To reach our construction defect professionals, call (602) 483-6352.
Types of Construction Defects
It is virtually impossible for any building to be completed to perfection. Variances in quality are to be expected, so it is important to understand what will be considered a defect by a fact-finder such as a jury, judge or arbitrator, and what types of defects are not actionable. The attorneys at Righi Fitch Law Group have considerable experience in construction law and defect litigation. We can provide the quality guidance you need.
We have experience with cases involving:
- Mechanical, electrical, and plumbing defects
- Building envelope defects (roof, windows, doors)
- Grading and soil defects (landslides, groundwater intrusion, building code violations)
- Structural defects (load bearing walls, trusses, foundations, steel reinforcement)
- Water intrusion (roof leaks, sealant issues, seeping foundations, stem wall defects)
- Design and architectural defects
Contact our Phoenix, Arizona offices today to find out what steps we can take to protect your interests in your construction defect claim.
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