8-architect-and-engineer-malpracticeArchitects and engineers accused of malpractice face the prospect of adverse damage awards, and quite possibly the loss of their professional livelihoods. The damage a malpractice suit can inflict on the career of an engineer or architect is immense, so it is crucial to handle accusations as quickly as possible to minimize exposure to such damage.

At the law firm of Cleary Shahi & Aicher, P.C., we offer experienced and assertive representation from skilled trial lawyers. We have extensive professional malpractice defense experience and bring our attentive personal service to every case we handle on behalf of such professionals in Vermont.

Vermont Engineer Negligence Attorneys | Construction Defects Defense

We represent architects, engineers, designers, architecture and engineering firms, and their insurance companies, aggressively defending their good name and professional reputation against professional liability claims. This includes claims involving alleged structural damage, design defects, soil issues, water drainage issues and moisture accumulation.

As a result of our years of professional liability defense experience, our firm has built an impressive database of construction, architectural and engineering witnesses and consultants who can support our defense efforts. Our relationships with these highly qualified experts is a critical part of our success.

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If you are facing a professional liability or construction defect claim, it is crucial to have an experienced litigator on your side. Contact us today for a free consultation with our Vermont architect malpractice defense lawyers.

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