Construction Law


Lawsuits arising from construction disputes can be difficult to handle on your own. The future of your business may depend on the outcome of the case. At the law office of Cleary Shahi & Aicher, P.C., our skilled lawyers have years of experience defending a wide variety of construction law issues facing contractors, construction companies, developers, architects, engineers and other businesses.

We are dedicated to aggressively representing the rights of you and/or your business at any stage of a construction law defense matter. Whether we settle out of court or argue the matter in front of a judge and jury, our firm tailors the approach we take to ensure that your business’s goals and future potential are preserved as effectively as possible.

When dealing with construction law issues, it is important that your attorney not only have experience with these types of cases, but also a keen understanding of the Vermont environment and climate. Our legal team is highly knowledgeable about many unique issues that affect Vermont construction projects, including:

  • Soil issues, including sinkholes, bedrock or sandy conditions
  • Ground water, surface water and drainage issues due to erosion from rainwater or melting snow
  • Mold and moisture accumulation in poorly ventilated areas, particularly when homes are sealed up tight for our harsh winters

Breach of Contract

Many construction litigation matters hinge on breach of contract issues. Our firm is dedicated to aggressively defending you against any breach of contract allegations. We can also review contracts beforehand to ensure that you can comply with contract terms throughout the duration of the project.

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Construction law disputes can be complicated and require the assistance of an experienced litigator and negotiator. An attorney at Cleary Shahi & Aicher, P.C. will fight to protect your rights at the negotiation table or in the courtroom. Please contact us online or at 802-775-8800 to schedule a free initial consultation

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