Richard C. Gramlich focuses his practice on Insurance Bad Faith, Business, Real Estate and Construction Litigation, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, and Product Liability. He routinely represents business owners in business disputes and home owners and contractors in construction defect, non-pay/stop-pay claims, delay claims, professional negligence, Registrar of Contractor’s hearings, and general breach of contract claims. He has also earned a reputation of successfully representing consumers against their insurance companies. Mr. Gramlich was the lead counsel for the Scottsdale “W” Hotel’s construction defect and delay claim. Mr. Gramlich achieved the largest per home verdicts in Arizona for damage caused by expansive soil.1 He has successfully tried Business Tort, Personal Injury, Product Liability, and Insurance Bad Faith actions resulting in significant recoveries, and has earned the nickname “Bulldog” by many of his clients.
Mr. Gramlich graduated from the University of Arizona in Business Administration, Finance and Real Estate, Cum Laude, in 1989 and from the Arizona State University College of Law, in the top third of his class, in 1992. He has been practicing law for the last 28 years in both State and Federal Court.
1 Ferro v. Pulte Homes, CV2008-054616; Hackney v. Courtland Homes, CV2003-008175; Johnson v. Caliber Homes, CV2007-050723