Attorneys at Jacobson Legal Group, S.C., have decades of experience representing insurance companies and their insureds in construction litigation matters. Many longstanding clients turn to the firm whenever subcontractors or other parties they insure face lawsuits alleging construction defects, breaches of contract or other violations.
Resolving complex construction defect matters as favorably as possible is a clear strength for the Illinois and Wisconsin construction litigation attorneys at this firm. Clients benefit from prompt, insightful assessments of whether claims have merit. They appreciate reliable time and expense estimates for legal services. The litigation team is committed to providing clear progress reports and preventing surprises.
Insurance Defense Informed By Specialized Construction Law Knowledge
Construction disputes demand in-depth investigation and rigorous contract analysis. The best path to resolution in the insurers’ best interests may be settlement negotiation, alternative dispute resolution or trial litigation. The lawyers of Jacobson Legal Group are versed in the nuances of the construction industry as well as pertinent insurance laws, preparing them well to defend claims involving alleged:
- Residential or commercial construction defects
- Use of faulty materials or deficiencies in workmanship
- Breach of warranty
- Personal injury
- Construction delays and timeline failures resulting in business losses
- Negligence by architects, developers, engineers and other insured parties as well as contractors and subcontractors
Serving Statewide Wisconsin And Northern Illinois: Construction Defect Claim Lawyers Focused On Effective Insurance Defense
From construction defect claims related to foundations, ventilation and building codes to product liability litigation and issues related to mechanics liens, this Brookfield-based firm has the bases covered for its clients. Additional full-service offices serve the McHenry areas. Inquiries about the range of legal services available and past successes achieved in construction litigation are always welcome.