Riddle & Williams, P.C.

Practice Areas

Construction Defect Litigation

Construction and construction defect litigation is complex and requires expertise in several areas of the law including: contracts, product liability, architects, engineers, toxic tort and insurance issues. Also, OSHA and other regulatory standards tend to complicate cases that frequently involve large sums of money and multiple parties. Our experience includes all of these fields of law and provides our clients with a knowledgeable and efficient defense of their construction and construction defect litigation.

R&W lawyers presently handle an array of cases that range from claims of severe bodily injury resulting from exposure to toxic substances to economic loss claims based upon alleged failure of construction materials or poor workmanship and construction defect. The Firm’s attorneys are also at the forefront of significant, building-related cases involving alleged exposure to mold and toxic fumes, arising from defects in the design of major commercial structures, or deficient techniques in construction and remediation.

Our clients include design professionals, general contractors, construction site owners, construction materials manufacturers and companies involved in almost every trade.

Our attorneys have successfully pursued and defended construction defect claims in North Carolina, Georgia, Washington D.C. and Texas. We offer alternative fee arrangements to our standard hourly rates for our construction defect services when necessary or appropriate.

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Riddle & Williams, P.C.

Riddle & Williams, P.C.
Attorneys & Counselors
3811 Turtle Creek Blvd., Suite 500 
Dallas, Texas 75219

Tel: 214-760-6766 
Fax: 214-760-6765


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