CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS & WARRANTY CLAIMS

Resolving Your Construction Law Concerns in Illinois

Everyone involved in new construction or property renovations invests considerable time and money into the project. Property owners and contractors alike face significant risks. Construction law is often highly complicated. The outcome of your case can hinge on the smallest details.

From my Geneva, Illinois, office, I — Ken Hoch, Attorney at Law — zealously represent my clients in both commercial and residential construction matters. With over 40 years of experience, I will guide you through the initial contract drafting through any disputes that arise during the course of your project.

Protect Your Interests in Illinois Construction Projects

Call 630-262-8780 ∙ E-mail: KEN@hochlaw.com

Whether you are entering into a new construction contract or renovating an existing building, there are many legal matters to consider. I will help you navigate the entire process, including:

• Negotiating and drafting AIA construction contract documents
• Achieving code compliance and resolving code violations
• Managing costs
• Workmanship complaints
• Breach of contract disputes
• Breach of implied warranty of habitability disputes
• Insurance re-builds
• Mechanic's liens (contractor liens)
• Environmental disputes regarding construction debris management
• Obtaining releases
• Subcontractor disputes

I am highly familiar with every aspect of Illinois' construction law, including the Home Repair and Remodeling Act and the Repair Fraud Act. Many property owners and contractors throughout Fox Valley rely on me to protect their interests in construction projects.

Discuss Your Concerns With an Experienced Lawyer

E-mail me or call 630-262-8780 to discuss your construction project. If I can help you, we will schedule a free in-office consultation. We will discuss the project, the status, and ongoing or anticipated problems. I will advise you about how to move forward. You can have confidence in my ability to effectively represent you.