Construction Litigation

Hefferon and Hefferon Law Charlotte NC

Charlotte, North Carolina, Construction Litigation Lawyers

If you are in the middle of a construction dispute, you need an experienced legal team. Construction litigation hinges on expert testimony and technical background.

At the law firm of Hefferon & Hefferon, P.A., we are equipped to handle simple and complex construction litigation cases. The attorneys at our law firm have substantial experience in residential and commercial law, and we are well-prepared to represent you. Contact us today to schedule a convenient appointment.

Extensive Professional Experience

Our law firm’s partners — attorneys Paul Hefferon and Thomas Hefferon — have more than 50 years of combined experience representing builders, developers, property owners, manufacturers and contractors in complicated construction disputes, involving:

We are no-nonsense lawyers who clearly explaining the potential risks associated with each dispute before we accept a case. The attorneys at our law firm also take pride in answering client’s legal questions in plain English, while offering viable solutions to resolve conflicts.

As a first step, we seek to resolve conflicts through negotiating with the other side. The attorneys are also certified mediators and have extensive experience resolving disputes through arbitration or mediation.

When necessary, we aggressively represent clients in trial. We work directly with expert engineers and architects to evaluate damage and prove fault. We are well-prepared to protect your assets, whether your new home or building was not built according to code or property damages has occurred from inadequate work.

Contact Us for Commercial Litigation Help

If you are facing a commercial or residential construction error, we will aggressively protect your investments. We have substantial background in construction law, and we offer flexible payment plans to provide you with the best legal representation possible.

Contact us today to schedule a flexible appointment. For more background information, please reference our Legal News resource center.