Construction and Design Defect Claims


The construction industry, by nature, involves multiple parties working together. This means that there are many opportunities for disputes to arise between the various individuals, businesses, contractors and other parties involved.

At the law firm of Bailey & Wyant, PLLC, we know how to sort through these disputes. We know how to design legal strategies with more than just results in mind. Our legal team will work to get the results in the most prompt, effective and efficient manner possible.

At Bailey & Wyant, PLLC, we represent owners, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, design professionals, construction companies, government bodies, their insurance companies and other parties.We stand beside clients in West Virginia and throughout the surrounding states in all types of construction disputes, from construction liens to claims of design and construction defects.

We offer dynamic representation. To us, that means that we bring a high level of energy and motivation to every case. We adapt easily so that we can address the most unique legal challenges. We are ready to stand beside you to aggressively protect and promote your interests.

Our team can handle any type of construction dispute, including lien claims, work stoppage and delay claims, payment and performance bond claims and more.

We are also available to aggressively defend construction and design defect claims.

Whether you are a construction company accused of causing personal injury, wrongful death or property damage due to improper construction, or you are a design professional accused of injury or damage because of a design defect on your property, we can stand beside you.

Contact Construction and Design Defect Claims Attorneys

Charleston:
Charles R. “Chuck” Bailey
Kelly C. Morgan

Wheeling:
David L. Wyant
Thomas E. Buck

Mark A. Kepple


For more information about how our Design Defect and Construction law attorneys can help, e-mail us or call us at 304-345-4222 (Charleston) or 304-233-3100 (Wheeling).