Freund, Freeze & Arnold regularly represents general contractors and subcontractors in all trades and in both commercial and residential construction disputes ranging from simple family residences to multimillion dollar commercial buildings and structures. We also represent owners, developers, and builders across the spectrum of construction-related roadway claims and issues. Our Construction Law and Litigation team further handles the defense of malpractice claims against architects, engineers and other design professionals. Finally, our team handles coverage disputes surrounding these related claims.
Freund, Freeze & Arnold has extensive experience in the defense of mold-related claims and "sick-building syndrome." Through the defense of such claims, we have developed strong relationships with leading experts and consultants in this area of the law. As with our other practice areas, the Construction Law and Litigation team is composed of attorneys who are admitted and experienced in both the federal and state courts in the tri-state region (KY, OH, and IN).
FF&A's proven experience in construction law matters includes:
- Defense of defective construction and negligent workmanship claims
- Defense of environmental claims (including mold claims)
- Breach of contract, breach of warranty, Consumer Sales Practices Act, Prompt Payment Act and other contract-related claims
- Mechanic's and Materialmen's Liens and Claims
- Defense of death or injury claims at construction work sites
- Defense of architect and engineer malpractice claims
- Arbitration and mediation in accordance with Construction Industry Dispute Resolution Procedures of the American Arbitration Association
- OSHA Compliance and defense of regulatory agency enforcement action
Freund, Freeze & Arnold's ability to successfully resolve multifaceted construction claims stems from the varied backgrounds of our attorneys and our team approach to dispute resolution. Our goal is total client satisfaction.
Our attorneys have also successfully tried numerous cases involving serious injuries, wrongful death, and complex construction and other contractual disputes.
If you would like to talk with one of our experienced attorneys, please call us at 877.332.1529 or write to us using our contact form.
- Builders and Contractors: You Have a Duty to Perform in a Workmanlike Manner: That Duty Can't Be Limited or Waived in a Construction Contract
Posted November 2014
by: Shawn M. Blatt