Attorney and Lawyer in Las Vegas, Nevada

Construction Defect Attorney

Alexander "Trey" Robertson, IV specializes in handling complex construction defect litigation. He has nearly 30 years of experience representing engineers, HOA's, architects, developers, and homeowners. Design defects, defective products, faulty workmanship, soil subsidence, landslides, expansive soil, plumbing leaks, roof leaks, drainage, waterproofing and window leaks affect both residential and commercial buildings. Below is a list of some of the Firm's clients:
 

  • 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
  • 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

 

CUSTOM LUXURY HOMES

Vin Scully
Mr. Robertson represented Vin Scully and his wife in a California custom home defect case.

 

Ed McMahon
Alexander Robertson represented Ed McMahon and his wife in a custom home lawsuit. A dispute over ruptured plumbing and mold growth, resulted in the firm recovering $7,200,000 for the McMahons in a bad faith lawsuit

 

Erin Brockovich
Alexander Robertson represented Erin Brockovich in a California construction defect lawsuit.

 

Ted Nugent
Alexander "Trey" Robertson, IV represented Ted Nugent and his wife in a bad faith claim concerning mold growth in Michigan.

 

Northridge Earthquake Landslide

Alex has handled hundreds of landslide, expansive soil, and soil subsidence cases.

HOA

  • $9,650,000 Thousand Oaks, CA - Mr. Robertson represented the HOA in a construction defect lawsuit against the subcontractors and developer of a 648 unit townhouse involving grading, roof leaks, soil subsidence, and window leaks.
  • $8,500,000 Carlton Square, Inglewood, California - Mr. Robertson represented the Home Owners Association (HOA) in a 478 condo/townhouse construction defect lawsuit involving storm drains, grading, roof leaks, soils, and window leaks.
  • $8,400,000 Spectrum Community Association, Calabasas, CA - Mr. Robertson represented the HOA of 204 condos against the developer and subcontractors in a window leaks, plumbing, and structural construction defect case.
  • $6,625,000 Santa Ana, California - Mr. Robertson represented the Home Owners Association (HOA) in a 32 building construction defect lawsuit involving mold contamination, plumbing, and leaking roofs and windows.
  • $5,300,000 Steeplechase, Calabasas, California - Mr. Robertson represented the Home Owners Association (HOA) against the subcontractors and the developer in a leaking windows, plumbing, leaking roof, and mold contamination construction defect lawsuit involving 200 condos.
  • $3,150,000 Calabasas Park Estates, Calabasas, California - Mr. Robertson represented the Homeowners Association (HOA) in the slope failures, construction defect lawsuit of 323 single family homes.
  • $2,985,000 Camarillo Springs Townhomes Association, Camarillo, CA - Mr. Robertson represented the Homeowners Association (HOA) in a construction defect lawsuit involving 121 townhomes with subsidence soils, expansive soils, and cracked foundations.
  • $1,968,444 McCulloch Townhomes Association, USC Faculty Housing - Mr. Robertson represented the Home Owners Association (HOA) in a  construction defect lawsuit involving 27 townhomes/condos and with mold contamination and leaking roofs.