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Protecting Your Rights During Litigated Construction Disputes In Texas

During original home construction, remodeling and refurbishing, houses can be damaged by defects from poor workmanship, flawed design and defective products.

Laws in Texas forbid deceptive trade practices that are often behind these construction defects — but pursuing a claim in the court system can be very complicated.

At Loree & Lipscomb, Attorneys at Law, we represent clients throughout the state of Texas with a wide range of construction claims. We show special dedication to protecting the rights of consumer clients whose residential or commercial property has been damaged.
We file lawsuits against builders, contractors, subcontractors, plumbers, architects, window companies and stucco manufacturers to help our clients obtain the justice they deserve.

Our experienced attorneys know how to guide you through the legal system when mechanic's lien matters or any other construction law issue interrupts your business momentum. We advocate for you in negotiation, litigation and arbitration disputes, giving you straightforward legal advice and thoroughly preparing your case, relying on experts such as engineers, architects, estimators and construction consultants.

Construction Litigation Lawyers With More Than 65 Years Of Experience

Are disputes over construction projects becoming frustrating for you and your company's co-owners? Contact Loree & Lipscomb for an initial consultation by calling 210-404-1320.  We respond promptly to email messages.

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