Glassman, Wyatt, Tuttle & Cox handles construction defect litigation with a team approach. Our Construction Litigation team members include licensed attorneys with engineering degrees and attorneys who have hands-on construction experience. Our team members are experienced litigators ready for trial when necessary, but we are also strong negotiators to help achieve fair settlements without trial when possible. We use our team’s wide array of practical and legal construction project experiences to address our clients’ construction defect needs, and meet their established goals relating to the consequences of construction related defects. This allows us to assist clients in all phases of construction defect related matters, from investigation, to negotiation, or as necessary litigation.
Areas of Representation
We stand ready to represent all participants in the construction defect arena, including commercial owners, government owners, design professionals, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, and manufacturers. We have experience both defending and pursuing insured defect related claims.
For those wrongly accused of defect, negligence or inattentiveness, we use our experiences to defend them against such claims or alternatively pursue those more culpable through appropriate third-party actions. Our construction defect experiences include defects and projects of varied types and complexities relating to all aspects of construction projects, including commercial buildings, multi-family residential / housing projects, bridges, roads, schools, parking garages and more. Our construction defect team is prepared to address the full realm of construction materials, including roofing materials, drywall and gypsum materials, steel and other metals, fire protection equipment, plumbing supplies and electrical supplies.
Tennessee Concrete Litigation and Concrete Law
The firm has also specifically handled a number of cases surrounding concrete and concrete ready mix materials, including Concrete Litigation. These cases have involved a painstaking review of concrete mix designs; ACI and ASTM standards; ASR reactivity; concrete cylinder preparation, handling, curing and breaking; concrete air, slump and temperature readings; and more.
Associated General Contractors
Glassman, Wyatt, Tuttle & Cox attorneys Todd Murrah and Ed Wallis are current members of the Associated General Contractors of America. Both Todd and Ed regularly follow construction litigation developments and also concrete litigation developments.
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