Insurance company must pay policyholders pre-litigation costs to repair defective work.
Recent developments in construction law indicate a contract may no longer be a prerequisite for a claim for economic loss.
The Federal Government is placing increased emphasis on hiring individuals with disabilities and veterans.
If your client is involved in construction overseas, you need to be familiar with the FCPA.
These concepts relate to valuing a project owner’s claim arising out of defective construction or design.
The firm of Thornton Tomasetti, Inc., was asked to provide an expert structural engineering opinion on the cause of the tragic I-35 W Bridge collapse in Minneapolis, Minnesota. This article details and illustrates how the firm developed and used a method known as “Forensic Information Modeling” (FIM) to organize and review the massive amount of materials involved.