Protecting Your Rights in Construction Litigation

At Hochfelsen & Kani, LLP, we offer strategic representation to building owners, contractors, subcontractors and builders involved in difficult construction disputes. Serving plaintiffs and defendants, we are leaders in construction litigation. Backed by a wealth of experience, we have litigated numerous multimillion-dollar claims.

Achieving Significant Results in Construction Litigation

Our California law firm is backed by a history of achieving noteworthy results for our clients. Recently, Steven Hochfelsen, one of our founding attorneys, won a significant legal victory for a commercial building owner in a case involving more than $2 million in damages as a result of defective glass used in the construction of an all-glass building. During this dispute, as in all cases we take, we were committed to helping our client achieve his specific legal goals through a variety of creative and ethical legal tactics.

In the majority of construction lawsuits, we are able to obtain resolution outside of a trial. However, if negotiation, mediation or arbitration is not the best strategy for our clients, we are fully prepared to litigate cases in court. We invite you to find out more and discuss your potential litigation case.

Comprehensive Litigation Services for Construction Disputes

Our Orange County construction litigation attorneys represent clients in the following types of disputes:

  • Insurance coverage issues
  • Contract and warranty claims
  • Construction defect claims
  • Bid protests
  • Negligence
  • Interference and delay claims
  • Architectural and design flaws
  • Departures from blueprints
  • Critical path method scheduling
  • Industry standards and state-of-the-art claims
  • Uniform Commercial Code applications
  • Construction lien disputes
  • Failure to pay

Newport Beach Construction Defect Lawyers

When your company faces a complex legal dispute, Hochfelsen & Kani, LLP, is in a strong position to help. Contact us at 714-907-1519 to discuss your legal goals.