Handling Claims For Equitable Adjustments
Construction contracts involve complex relationships – owners, contractors and potentially dozens of subcontractors need to provide detailed project information that can be used to establish reasonable construction cost estimates on building projects throughout Northern California. That information is also used to calculate equitable adjustments when costs have changed from initial conditions.
At the San Mateo construction law firm of Last, Faoro & Whitehorn, we offer experience identifying and analyzing possible claims for additional compensation and preparing, negotiating and settling claims for equitable adjustments in the contract amount.
Should Your Contract Be Adjusted?
Our attorneys regularly handle delay claims and acceleration claims. They have the experience to identify, prepare and review delay claims or requests for equitable adjustment in relation to entitlements and the calculation of the amount of the claim. Our firm uses a variety of calculations to determine the cost of the delay or acceleration, including:
- The measured mile
- Eichleay formula
- Total cost
- Modified total costs
Because we understand how costly delays on a construction project are, we work hard to ensure that your construction law matters conclude in a timely manner. Our lawyers have likely seen situations similar to yours and have the background to effectively negotiate matters as well as protect your interests whether the issues proceed to litigation or alternative dispute resolution, including arbitration and mediation.
Get The Legal Help You Need
Please contact the construction claims attorneys at Last, Faoro & Whitehorn regarding any construction claim related to constructive or formal change orders and any other issues related to contract adjustments. Our lawyers can be reached by calling 650-696-8350 or filling out our contact form.