When construction disputes arise, project developers, commercial real estate owners, general contractors and subcontractors, as well as parties involved in the purchase and sale of various types of real estate properties, count on Weaver for our exceptional responsiveness, experience, skills, and credentials.
Determining damages in construction litigation can be a complex process that requires an understanding of the construction environment as well as financial and forensic skills. Presenting the results of this process to a trier of fact only increases the complexity. The testifier often must explain complicated financial and construction accounting concepts in a clear, concise and understandable manner.
Weaver’s team of experienced forensics professionals are skilled at communicating their conclusions and findings in clear and concise reports and testimony, based on reliable accepted methodologies. With decades of experience, they can prepare and evaluate complex construction damage claims in a cost efficient and effective manner.
Our professionals have advanced degrees and certifications in areas such as accounting (CPA), valuation (ASA, CVA), financial forensics (CFF, MAFF) and fraud investigation (CFE). This depth of talent allows us to assemble a qualified team to address the most complex issues effectively and efficiently
Our services include:
- Asset tracing
- Evaluation of business interruption claims
- Construction cost analyses
- Economic damages calculations and analysis
- Delay claims
- Financial forensics
- Real estate and project valuations
- Insurance disputes and claims
- Lost profits analysis
- Expert testimony
- Fraud investigations
Every industry has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, and construction is no exception. While construction work has been deemed “essential” in some places it has been limited only to pandemic-related projects in others. In addition, as the virus spreads, public opinion is increasing pressure on local and state officials to limit construction activity. Read More