Claim Quantification

Claim Quantification

Written by Lyle Charles Claim quantification involves qualifying a claim to understand compensation, the extension to the contract or another milestone date. It is important to speak to an expert in the area concerned, since most claimants will inflate the claim to ensure that there is room for bar

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How to choose the right steel fabricator

How to choose the right steel fabricator

Written by Lyle Charles Steel fabrication is an important part of the construction business and therefore it is important that construction businesses have a reliable steel source. If you're looking to hire a steel fabricator, speak to a construction and turnaround services firm that can assist yo

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Why You Need Construction Analysis

By Lyle Charles When it comes to putting up a building, there are almost too many moving parts to count. For this reason, things can quickly move out from under your control where they belong and into an area where costs can pile up and deadlines can get pushed out into the future. Obviously, this

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Crisis Management Skills for Businesses

By Lyle Charles There are many legalities that are involved with construction processes, especially if there was damage to private property, breaches of contract and in some cases, disagreement between the firm and the labor union. In these times of crises, it’s always best to leave it up to the

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Going to Court? Get an Expert on Your Side

Having someone on your side in court is nearly priceless. After your lawyer, the most important person on your side is the expert witness. But not everyone is qualified to serve as an expert witness. The expert has to be qualified by court based on their specialized knowledge. Most of the time, expe

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An Insight Into the U.S. Tax Court

Guest post is provided by the Law Offices of Jeffrey B. Kahn, P.C., a trusted tax attorney in San Jose. View the website for more details. The first thing you need to do if you are dissatisfied with the outcome of a tax audit is to go through the IRS Office of Appeals, because it tends to be fas

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