Construction Litigation

Ezer Williamson has provided representation to a broad range of clients, in state courts throughout California, and in arbitration, for the following types of construction disputes and litigation:

  • Defect Claims
  • Delay Claims
  • Mechanic Liens
  • Construction Contracts and related Claims and Disputes

We have handled a broad variety of claims in these areas, representing a wide spectrum of clients, both as plaintiff and defendant, including a prominent elevator manufacturer, developers, contractors, subcontractors, homeowner associations, and owners. The projects that we have been involved with include office high-rise buildings, apartment complexes, condo complexes, and custom homes.

Whether you are bringing a claim or defending against one, construction cases can be costly, and require particularly thorough review and investigation, and the ability to know what experts to retain and when in order to properly support the claim or defense. Having been on both sides of the fence, we have the experience and know how to protect your rights and interests.

If you are interested in having us work with you, please contact us to schedule a call, and feel free to take a look at some of our representative construction litigation cases and matters.

Richard Williamson of Ezer Williamson Law has been recognized by Super Lawyers as Top Real Estate Attorney in Torrance, CA Richard Williamson of Ezer Williamson Law recognized as AV Preeminent Peer Rated for Highest Level of Professional Excellence


“Ezer Williamson is our go-to firm for all of our business and litigation needs, and they have represented our interests in Southern California and across the country.  The attorneys there are the people we trust to get the job done. Their rates are reasonable, and they are responsive to our needs and questions along the way.”

Contact Ezer Williamson for real estate law, partnership disputes, shareholder rights, construction litigation, entity formation, and business and commercial transactions and disputes.