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building dispute solicitors sheffield

Building and Construction Disputes for individuals and for businesses

Are you dissatisfied with the work your builder has carried out at your home or business? Are you a builder or construction business who is having difficulty with a customer or a contractor?  Whatever the situation we can help you. At Norrie Waite and Slater our specialist team have a wide range of experience in representing individuals and businesses in all kinds of building disputes and construction and engineering disputes.

Whether you’re an individual or a business, dealing with any kindcontact us of construction project can be daunting. When things go wrong it’s important you get appropriate advice from a specialist legal expert. We have experience of dealing with disputes relating to residential properties through to disputes over building work on development land and high value construction contracts.

Individuals and businesses alike benefit from our practical, down to earth professional advice that seeks to resolve your problems in an efficient cost-effective way. We believe that if possible, disputes should be settled through early negotiation between the parties through the involvement of a professional mediator or through site meetings. However, if this does not resolve your dispute, we will use all legal options open to you in order to represent your best interests through any Court action that may be required.

For more information please contact us.

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Our lawyers offer legal advice and representation at court or the police station on a private or legal aid basis. Legal aid is available in some areas of law only. Please see our pages on legal aid for more advice. We offer a free initial consultation in some areas of law. Personal Injury compensation claims can be conducted on a 'no win no fee' basis.