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Fight against Oregon construction lawsuit cases

Finding out that someone is alleging that you didn't do a good job on a building project is enough to make a contractor or builder stop cold in their tracks. When that happens, one of the first things you might decide to do is seek representation to defend your good name. There are several different types of construction disputes we can help you with.

If you are facing claims from the Oregon Construction Contractors Board or a state agency action, we can help you to defend your actions and your work. If you are facing private lawsuits or surety claims, we can help you.

There are various claims that people can make against you. Water intrusion and safety issues are two of these can be especially difficult to deal with. We know that you want to do work that meets the expectations of your clients. You don't want them to have to deal with any issues that make them unsatisfied with your work.

We know that you likely don't want to have to worry about going to court and having to go through a lengthy litigation. We work together with you to try to go through mediation and other informal proceedings before we have to go to court. Of course, we make it a point to make sure that we have your case ready for trial if necessary.

Don't sit back and think that the allegations against you will simply go away. Oftentimes they won't. That can cause your good name to be ruined, which might be a side effect of claims placed against you.

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