About Hanson Baker Ludlow Drumheller Practices and Industries: Dispute Resolution - Bellevue Real Estate Commercial Business Attorneys and Services

 
Hanson Baker Ludlow Drumheller P.S.
2229 - 112th Avenue NE, Suite 200
Bellevue, Washington 98004-2936
Phone: 425.454.3374
Fax: 425.454.0087
hbld@hansonbaker.com

Practices and Industries: Dispute Resolution Dispute Resolution

Hanson Baker attorneys have broad experience in handling disputes related to real estate, business, title insurance claims and construction.  Many of our attorneys have served as arbitrators and mediators in these areas.  Whether the matter is headed for trial, appeal, arbitration or mediation, Hanson Baker has the experience to offer an economic and efficient approach to resolving the matter.

  • Successfully preserved homeowner's claim for defective EIFS by establishing that the discovery rule applies to contract claims under the construction statute of repose.  Lombardi v. JTE Constr., Inc. (consolidated with 1000 Virginia Ltd. Partnership v. Vertecs Corp.), 158 Wn.2d 566, 146 P.3d 423 (2006).
  • Successfully obtained an award of compensation substantially exceeding the state of Washington's previous offers, together with attorney fees, after the State filed condemnation actions to acquire parcels in downtown Seattle for expansion of the Washington State Convention and Trade Center.  State ex rel. Washington State Convention and Trade Center v. Allerdice, 101 Wn. App. 25, 1 P.3d 595 (2000.
  • Successfully enforced arbitration provision on behalf of general contractor on inmate housing project at McNeil Island Correction Center.   Pegasus Constr. Corp. v. Turner Constr. Co., 84 Wn. App. 744, 929 P.2d 1200 (1997).
  • Seminal case on whether the state of Washington should recognize a cause of action for negligent construction.  Stuart v. Coldwell Banker Commercial Group, Inc., 109 Wn.2d 406, 745 P.2d 1284 (1987).
  • Obtained jury verdict and judgment declaring that insurance policy did not cover corporation's claims for destruction of property by establishing that the property was in fact destroyed by arson committed by the corporation's own agent.