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Construction litigation may end with $500,000 payment

Many Californians attend sports arenas to cheer on their favorite teams or go to concerts or other events held in such venues. A sports center in another state has been the central focus of a construction litigation situation that may finally have a solution in sight. The company that built the center stands to come out on top by getting back $500,000.

Where to go for help if construction litigation is unavoidable

No California business owner wants to waste time and money on lengthy courtroom battles surrounding disputes that have arisen during construction projects. While it is not uncommon for disputes to arise, most savvy business owners hope to avoid construction litigation whenever possible. However, it is good to know where to go for help should efforts to resolve a particular issue without intervention prove ineffectual.

Company faces construction litigation after girl dies in accident

Operating a business is about more than just providing a product or service and collecting a profit. Many times, a business will experience one or more unexpected problems, which could cause significant legal issues in California or any other state. One company is now facing this type of situation and is currently embroiled in a construction litigation case.

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