Construction Defect and Law - Maron Marvel

Construction Defect and Law

Maron Marvel’s Construction Law Team understands the economics, operations, nuances, and challenges inherent in construction and real estate development projects.

Maron Marvel construction attorneys provide counsel to and representation of owners, contractors, subcontractors, architects, engineers, product manufacturers, suppliers, and insurers involved in the construction, insurance, and real estate industries.

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Maron Marvel Expands with Addition of Alabama Office

Maron Marvel is pleased to announce its expansion in the southern United States with the addition of a new office in Mobile, Alabama. This is the firm’s 13th office spread among ten states, including some of the most litigious states in the country. Maron Marvel director and seasoned Alabama trial attorney Donald Partridge will be Read More


Maron Marvel Adds Attorney to its Dallas, TX Office

Dallas, TX, June 13, 2022 – Maron Marvel added trial attorney Joshua D. Hamm to the firm’s Dallas, Texas office. Joshua has experience as lead counsel handling a variety of issues such as general liability, family and military administrative separation proceedings in both state and federal courts throughout southeast Texas. He is joining several of Read More


Maron Marvel Adds General Liability Attorney to its Houston, TX Office

Houston, TX, June 6th, 2022 – Defense attorney Amber McCray joined Maron Marvel at the firm’s Houston, Texas office. She is a part of the general liability and construction law practice groups. Amber works in the areas of premise liability, negligence, and general litigation. In addition to her premise liability practice, her background includes practice Read More


Partridge Wins in Construction Defect Case

Congratulations to Donald Partridge on representing the general contractor in a case that involved alleged construction defects in a 20-story condominium tower located on the Gulf of Mexico in Orange Beach, AL.  A small gap at the balcony slab to wall interface allowed water intrusion behind the stucco exterior, which caused severe rusting of the Read More