Mediation And Arbitration For Construction Disputes
Construction projects usually involve the intersection of government agencies, state and federal regulations, as well as multiple parties including suppliers and subcontractors. In this environment, disputes are inevitable. No one understands this better than the attorneys at Davagian Grillo & Semple LLP.
Why Choose Mediation Or Arbitration For Your Dispute?
Construction disputes arise when expectations regarding performance are not met, or over differing interpretations of contractual terms and related laws and regulations.
Mediation and arbitration are the dispute resolution methods of choice in construction-related disputes for several reasons:
- Mediation and arbitration offer a simpler process than litigation.
- Mediation and arbitration are less expensive.
- The neutral mediator or arbitrator presiding over the case is usually experienced specifically in construction and resolution of construction disputes, as opposed to a judge with general knowledge of many areas of the law.
Resolution of your dispute is much more likely to end favorably, efficiently and effectively when your lawyer, and the neutral party deciding your dispute, have experience in the construction industry. However, if a favorable resolution is unlikely to be reached in arbitration and mediation, we will diligently defend your interests in litigation.
Contact Our Law Firm
When a dispute threatens to delay or otherwise impede your construction project, we can help you efficiently and effectively resolve the underlying issues so that you can get back to business. The attorneys at Davagian Grillo & Semple LLP have extensive experience working in the construction industry. Contact our Sudbury, Massachusetts, attorneys today: Send us an email or call 978-791-3750.