Attorney and Lawyer in Westlake Village, Ventura, Thousand Oaks, Los Angeles California, and Nevada

Construction Defect Attorney

Construction Law Firm Award

Since 1986, Alex "Trey" Robertson, IV has specialized in handling multi-party, complex construction defect litigation involving both residential and commercial projects. The Firm's clients have included Owners of the following types of projects:

  • 2,600 guest rooms High-Rise Luxury Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, NV.
  • 1,740 guest rooms High-Rise Luxury Hotel and Casino, Biloxi, MI.
  • 250 unit High-Rise Luxury Condo Owner¹s Association in Las Vegas, NV.
  • 247 unit High-Rise Luxury Condo project, Miami, FL.
  • Luxury Estate Homes in Southern California
  • HOA's in both Southern and Northern California
  • Nye County Courthouse & Government Center, Pahrump, NV.
  • Water District pump facilities
  • Multi-use Retail & Residential Project
  • Newspaper publishing facility
  • Manufacturing facilities
  • Custom homes

 

Construction defect litigation involves faulty workmanship, design defects, defective products, landslides, soil subsidence, expansive soil, drainage, roof and window leaks, plumbing leaks, waterproofing, HVAC and a host of other building failures.  These defects can affect both residential and commercial buildings.

ROBERTSON & ASSOCIATES has nearly 30 years of experience representing homeowners, HOA's, contractors, developers, architects and engineers in all aspects of construction defect litigation.  A representative list of our cases appear below.

CUSTOM LUXURY HOMES

Vin Scully
Alex represented Vin Scully and his wife concerning construction defects involving their luxury custom home in Hidden Hills, California.

 

Ed McMahon
Alex represented Ed McMahon and his wife in an insurance bad faith lawsuit arising from a dispute with his property insurer over mold growth from a ruptured plumbing pipe in his Beverly Hills, CA. custom home.  Alex recovered $7,200,000 for the McMahons.

 

Erin Brockovich
Alex represented Erin in a construction defect lawsuit involving her home in Agoura, California.

 

Ted Nugent
Alex represented Ted and his wife Shemane, in an insurance bad faith claim involving water intrusion and mold growth affecting their compound in Michigan.

 

Northridge Earthquake Landslide

Alex has handled hundreds of cases involving landslides, soils subsidence and expansive soils.

 

HOMEOWNER ASSOCIATIONS

  • $9,650,000 Hidden Canyon, Thousand Oaks, CA. - 648 unit townhome/condos. Mr. Robertson represented the HOA in a construction defect lawsuit against the developer and subcontractors.  The case involved soil subsidence, grading, roof and window leaks.
  • $8,500,000  Carlton Square HOA, Inglewood, CA. – 478 townhome/condos.  Mr. Robertson represented the HOA against the developer and subcontractors in a construction defect lawsuit involving soils, grading, storm drains, roof and window leaks.
  • $8,400,000  Spectrum Community Association, Calabasas, CA. – 240 condos.  Mr. Robertson represented the HOA against the developer and subcontractors in a construction defect case, which involved roof and window leaks, plumbing and structural defects.
  • $6,625,000 (Confidential HOA), Santa Ana, CA. – 32 buildings.  Mr. Robertson represented the HOA against the developer and subcontractors in a construction defect lawsuit that involved leaking roofs, windows, plumbing and mold contamination.
  • $5,300,000 Steeplechase HOA, Calabasas, CA. – 200 condos.  Mr. Robertson  represented the HOA against the developer and subcontractors in a construction defect case involving structural defects which manifest during the Northridge earthquake.
  • $3,150,000 Calabasas Park Estates, Calabasas, CA – 323 single family homes.  Mr. Robertson represented the HOA against the developer and subcontractors in a construction defect lawsuit involving slope failures of the common area slopes.
  • $2,985,000 Camarillo Springs Townhomes Association, Camarillo, CA. – 121 townhomes.  Mr. Robertson represented the HOA against the developer and subcontractors in a construction defect lawsuit involving soils subsidence and expansive soils causing cracked concrete slabs and foundations.
  • $ 1,968,444 McCulloch Townhomes Association, USC Faculty Housing – 27 condos.  Mr.  Robertson represented the HOA against the general contractor in a construction defect lawsuit which involved leaking roofs and mold contamination.