LiMa Solutions(SM) has developed a proprietary program for resolving complex construction defect claims and is sharing this new approach at key industry events. The firm uses an unconventional project management program, called Value Engineered-Alternative Dispute Resolution(SM) (VE-ADR), to help clients reach quick and cost-effective resolution on construction defect cases.
LiMa Solutions experts are sharing insights about this new approach during presentations at industry conferences and seminars, most recently at the West Coast Casualty Construction Defect Seminar and an Association of Building Contractors meeting. The team will be presenting at the upcoming Powers, McNalis, Torres & Teebagy Annual Seminar on October 20, 2011 in West Palm Beach, Florida.
"Litigation has been the primary means for resolving construction defects for decades, but we've developed a more efficient and cost-effective way to resolve issues. I'm thrilled by the positive feedback our non-traditional approach is receiving when presented and explained in detail," says Edward Martinet, founder of LiMa Solutions.
Presentations by Martinet and his colleagues focus on the following topics:
- Construction Defect Case Organization & Strategy
- Critical Issues in Construction Defects: Technical, Legal, Coverage and More
- New Technologies for Reducing Construction Defect Claims & Costs
- Treating Litigants as Stakeholders - A Changing Paradigm
- Using Neutral Expert Teams in Solving Complex Cases
According to Paul Viau of LiMa Solutions, "We're finding that builders and subcontractors, in particular, can no longer risk the high costs of litigating construction disputes and are interested to learn about an alternative mediation model that helps keep money in their pockets."
The team at LiMa Solutions makes presentations to builders, contractors, mediators, attorneys and insurance carriers to share insight on unconventional ways to manage litigation risk and promote early resolution. To reserve a LiMa Solution speaker for your next conference or seminar, contact Michael Ruetz, business development manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (305) 432-0062.