Cumulative impact costs are costs associated with impact on distant work, and are not readily foreseeable or, if foreseeable, are not readily computable as direct impact costs. The source of such costs is the sheer number and scope of the changes to the contract. The result is an unanticipated loss of efficiency and productivity which increases the contractor’s performance costs and usually extends the contractor’s stay on the job.
Government contractor pre-final releases should not be mis-interpreted to include implied releases of the right to equitable compensation for cumulative impact costs.
If you need experienced, affordable representation for a cumulative impact claim, call Atlanta cumulative impacts claims lawyer James Copeland toll free at 888-612-1703 or email email@example.com or send a message to schedule a free initial consultation. Contingency, modified contingency, and modified reverse contingency fee arrangements are available for some matters.