Written by: Miami Construction Lawyer | Alex Barthet You might think that the makers of CPVC products would be keeping a low profile given the recent lawsuits linking the use … Read More
Written by: Jeffrey Bradshaw, P.E. , CFE No. The chemical composition of CPVC piping used in fire sprinkler systems is different than standard CPVC. About 50 years ago, scientists first … Read More
In today’s post-boom construction environment, claims by project owners of construction defects, wrongful or otherwise, are all too common. Because the potential for damages and litigation expense associated with such … Read More
Contractors who discover defects in their work face two challenges: ignore them and risk liability, or fix the problems and risk destroying evidence – also known as “spoliation.” If litigation develops down the road, contractors that destroy evidence, even with the best of intentions, can wind up paying damages as assessed by a court.
Written by: Alexander Barthet Fire sprinkler installation companies are steeling themselves for what some plaintiff lawyers are warning could be “the biggest construction defect cases in history – larger than … Read More