Dispute Resolution Services

Our experienced team has analyzed every aspect of claim pricing.   Our experts are meticulous and thorough in ensuring our clients receive the full available value of their claims.  Our scheduling professionals routinely analyze critical path method (CPM) schedules to assess delays due to an insurable loss or contractual issue. We have experience in preparing and analyzing as-planned and as-built schedules, utilizing various methodologies to accurately assess the project’s critical path.

LitCon can quantify all direct and indirect impacts, delay costs, overhead applications, time value of money and consequential damages.  We relentlessly stay up to date on all industry standards, economic trends, and societal factors that might affect the value of claims so that all work product is applicable to the appropriate time period and will stand against any scrutiny.

Our Services

Cost Estimating

Use industry standard methods and resources to estimate expected costs or verify proposals from other parties.

Earned Value Analysis

Review construction progress, and submittals to accurately determine the rate and point of completion against construction schedules and contractor payment applications. 

Change Order Analysis

Managing initial requests through evaluations, costing and approvals, to the release of the change order, the drawdown on contingency, or the re-baselining of the approved budget.

Forensic Schedule Analysis

In a dispute or insurance claim setting, our experts opine on quality and accuracy of project schedules. Analysis of these schedules enables us to  allocate delay  to the responsible project parties or insurable loss.

Time Extensions & Impacts

LitCon frequently performs Time Impact Analyses (TIA) and Requests for Equitable Adjustments (REA)to quantify impacts on projects, as well as recommends mitigation efforts to minimize potential delay. 

Expert Testimony

Our testifying experts leverage a combination of technical expertise, construction experience, and testimony experience to provide written and oral testimony that explains complex issues to judges and juries in an easy-to-understand way.