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The difference between patent and latent construction defects

Construction defects often lead to disputes, as both sides may not agree on whether something is truly a defect or not. Defining a defect sounds simple, but it is actually a fairly complex process.

How do I prevent a construction dispute before it happens?

Entering into a construction contract is an exciting time, especially when you are building your dream home or are constructing your new office. Things can quickly turn sour when you and the contractor get into a dispute. So, how do you prevent a construction dispute before it happens?

Tips for resolving engineering disputes

The engineering field is an important one to the development of O'Fallon and the rest of Illinois. Like all other industries, disputes can arise in the engineering field that can lead to projects stalling or even being nixed. Should you find your firm in a difficult engineering dispute, you should consider some of the resolution options outlined in this post.

How can construction disputes be resolved?

The construction industry has millions of workers across the country that rely on various jobs to keep them busy throughout the year. Some of those jobs could turn into problems when construction disputes arise in O'Fallon, Illinois. It can be easy for you to just turn your head and accept that there was a problem or you could try to resolve the dispute so your project is finished correctly.

Discussing some of the common construction industry disputes

The construction industry is an important one when it comes to the economy of Illinois and the country as a whole. The more construction that occurs, the better the economy. Construction can include new homes, new businesses, new stores, new restaurants or remodels of all the above. Today, we will discuss the common causes of construction disputes in O'Fallon.

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