Construction Defects from the Plaintiff Perspective
Construction Defect Litigation from the Plaintiff Perspective is a series of case studies in successful planning, analysis and execution of expert work on behalf of plaintiff real property owners. This program will walk you through the process, standards and reasoning for inspection, analysis, testing, reporting, specifying repairs, and estimating costs of the repair work. This webinar is the first program in our Construction Defect Series.
Construction defect litigation can be expensive, confusing and long lasting, but it doesn’t have to be. Through this presentation, PFCS will break down the process, and provide approaches and alternatives that add value to property owners involved in Construction defect litigation.
- Discuss building performance analysis standards.
- Discuss various strategies for approaching construction defect cases from the plaintiff's perspective.
- Outline a beginning-to-end process for handling construction defect litigation.
- Show real-life case studies applying various approaches to construction defect litigation matters.
- Show examples of good work.
- In the Beginning
- Inspection & Evaluation
- Analysis & Estimate
- Reports and Possible Further Work
- This presentation was given on August 27, 2015
- This presentation was presented in video format on July 22, 2017
- This presentation was given on February 15, 2018 by Paul Viau and Pete Fowler
- Construction Defect Series
- Webinar: Construction Defects from the Developer/GC Perspective, October 28, 2015
- Webinar: Construction Defects from the Cross-Defendant/Third-Party Perspective, November 19, 2015