Litigation Support


The Architectural Alliance Group, LLC is routinely retained to provide litigation support services as a subject matter expert consultant.  For more than 16 years AAG has provided expert consulting services on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants.  AAG has provided such services on behalf of homeowner associations, architects, engineers, developers, general contractors, subcontractors, product manufacturer’s, and individuals.

AAG’s litigation support services often involve disputes relating to design and or construction issues.  AAG has also been retained to evaluate various unique matters regarding the abatement of hazardous materials, manufacturer’s defects, and historic preservation.  AAG is routinely retained to evaluate and analyze conditions and issues surrounding incidents involved in premises liability claims.

Many design and construction related disputes often involve multiple parties due to the extensive number of alleged issues.  For such claims, AAG often provides unique services relating to the performance of allocation or apportionment analyses.  These services include extensive review of project related documents in order to determine the party or parties responsible for the alleged defects.  AAG has provided these services on multi-million dollar claims involving numerous parties.

AAG often serves as an expert witness when disputes cannot be resolved through other means.  Paul W. Logan has been qualified as an expert in numerous courts and other judicial proceedings.

  • Claim Types

    -Construction Defects
    -Design Defects
    -Professional Standard of Care
    -Industry Standards
    -Schedule Delay Analysis
    -Differing Conditions
    -Lost Productivity
    -Breach of Contract
    -Probable Cost Analysis
    -Allocation/Apportionment Analysis
    -Premises Liability

Consulting Services

Owner Representation
Risk Management
Forensic Architecture
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Litigation Support
Expert Witness

Forensic Architecture

Facility Assessments
Compliance Studies
Controlled Maintenance
Cause and Origin
Incident Investigations
Evidence Documentation
Design Defects
Construction Defects
Repair Design
Standard of Care

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