Construction Legal Services

Glenn H. Youngling, A Professional Law Corporation, specializes in providing a full range of services to homeowners and homeowner associations, and others involved in construction and construction related disputes.

We have been in the forefront of construction defect law. Our track record includes successful conclusion of more than twenty-five complex construction defect actions and recovery of over $60,000,000 for our clients. We handle cases from single family homes to projects involving hundreds of units.

When buildings or building sites are found to have significant defects, something has gone wrong. While deciding how the problem should be addressed depends on many complex factors, our experience allows us to use certain fundamental principles which are geared toward developing and executing a successful strategy. Among those principles are finding the right experts, and designing a strategy that will be cost effective and serve the clients' needs. Among the options is filing suit against the responsible parties; but this option is implemented only if the nature and scope of the claim warrants such action, and if the responsible party has been unwilling or unable to cooperate in effective repair efforts.

We also provide assistance to our clients in drafting and negotiating construction contracts, and advising clients during the construction process. We have experience with disputes involving contractors, architects, engineers, insurers and homeowners. We strive for cost effective solutions while maximizing our clients' legal options.

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