CHAPMAN & INTRIERI, LLP, has successfully litigated numerous construction defect claims for more than twenty years recovering in excess of one hundred million dollars for our residential community association clients.  We have litigated cases involving a variety of communities including multi unit condominium projects, high rises, planned developments and single family homes.  We have handled claims involving numerous construction defect issues including:

Successful Track Record

Our construction defect attorneys, headed by California Super Lawyers John Chapman and Mark Intrieri, have a long history of achieving successful results for our clients. Mark Intrieri has also been voted one of the Top 100 Lawyers in Northern California. Our firm has achieved an A-V rating from the Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review rating system, acknowledging that our peers and judges we have worked with view us as highly skilled in our field of law. We pride ourselves on achieving the best results through significant experience and understanding with the most recent construction methods and forensic analysis. We utilize the most well respected and qualified construction experts in the field to comprehensively evaluate every aspect of construction to ensure compliance with applicable codes and standards and develop the most effective and appropriate repair plan to ensure our clients recover sufficient funds to correct all defects in construction and address all resulting property damages.

Strategic Case Handling

Our construction defect lawyers think strategically from the onset to resolve cases, or when needed, to bring them to trial. Our construction litigation team is experienced in all aspects of complex construction defect litigation and defective product liability disputes. Our attorneys diligently pursue our clients' best interests through all phases of a case and retain the best experts and mediators in order to achieve favorable settlements. If pre-trial settlement is not an option, our attorneys work tirelessly to formulate winning strategies for trial.