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Rockville Construction Litigation Attorneys Serving Metro Washington, D.C.

Maryland Law Firm for Commercial or Residential Construction Disputes

The trial attorneys of Bromberg Rosenthal LLC have more than 20 years of experience with the resolution of construction disputes of all kinds in both residential and commercial settings. Whether your problem involves the use of defective exterior insulation and finishing systems (EIFS) with resulting water damage or multimillion-dollar commercial financing or performance claims, our lawyers can advise you about your legal options and execute the litigation strategy that makes best sense for you.

In recent years, the standard use of arbitration clauses in construction contracting can limit your alternatives for taking a construction dispute to court. Our familiarity with arbitration procedures can help you make the most out of a streamlined, fast-track presentation before a single arbitrator or a three-person panel.

Montgomery County Construction Defect Attorneys: Call 301-251-6200 or toll free 800-836-9994

Our ability to integrate our understanding of the construction industry with our legal knowledge and courtroom skills can represent a significant advantage on a wide variety of claims:

  • Construction defect or warranty claims
  • Construction contract performance, scheduling, delay or financing problems
  • Insurance coverage on first-party casualty losses or third-party liability claims
  • Mechanic's lien disputes
  • Indemnification disputes
  • Inspection, approval and payment disputes
  • Construction financing disputes

Clients of our law firm in construction litigation include homeowners, business owners, developers, property managers, contractors and subcontractors. We advise consumer and business clients throughout Maryland and the Washington, D.C. metro area.

For additional information about the scope of our practice, contact the Rockville construction litigation attorneys at Bromberg Rosenthal LLC.

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