Resolve Your Construction Arbitration Issues Using Experienced Attorneys

Understand the Pros and Cons of Arbitration in the Construction Industry

Many building and construction contracts that are written today include an "arbitration clause." This clause is used in anticipation any disputes that may arise, and it outlines that both sides must submit their dispute for arbitration before an organization such as the American Arbitration Association (AAA). It is the common assumption that construction arbitration is a more cost-effective and less time-consuming option than a trial, but unfortunately, this is not always the case.

At the law firm of Figeroux & Associates, we understand the rules and procedures of the AAA and Arbitration and handle construction arbitration matters for clients. We will work with clients in prosecuting or defending arbitrations, but we also advise our clients during contract formation on the advantages and disadvantages of including arbitration provisions in those contracts.

If you are dealing with construction arbitration proceedings, or are forming a construction contract and have questions about construction arbitration proceedings, contact Figeroux & Associates at 718-834-0190, to schedule a free initial consultation.

Reasons to Avoid Arbitration

It is commonly believed by many in the construction industry that mediation or arbitration is a faster, cheaper and more preferable option than litigation in construction defects or construction law disputes. Unfortunately, without focused and experienced counsel, the arbitration process can be unpredictable, time consuming and expensive.

Arbitration may be time consuming and expensive for those who are unfamiliar with the process. Avoiding arbitration may be the best approach in your case, but if arbitration is unavoidable, you will need an experienced lawyer to protect your rights. Our firm will develop a strategy that is right for you and will guide you through the process so that it is as efficient and effective as possible.

Contact Figeroux & Associates at 718-834-0190 to schedule a free consultation.



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