Construction Defects

Construction Defects: How We Can Help You
Construction defects are serious business. Often times, people who feel that they have been victims of construction defects may feel betrayed, lied to, or even as if they have been cheated. One way to prevent that is to seek out help concerning construction defects from a lawyer who truly knows more about this type of law. We can help you to fight for your rights when it comes to getting what you deserve. In this article, we will talk about what a construction defect is, as well as who you can call.
Have You Been…?
Have you recently bought a new home? Dealt with a contractor? Have you noticed that some of the work that they have done is, perhaps, a bit subpar. Or maybe you even feel that the materials that they completed the job with were not what you were promised. Any and all of these things may be considered a construction defect if you have been a victim like this, you should give us a call today. You can describe your situation and concerns to our staff, or make an appointment for a consultation with a lawyer.
A Construction Defect
Technically, a construction defect may vary from state to state under their particular laws. For the most part, though, a construction defect occurs when contractors and/or builders do not correctly follow building code while building, the design is not followed through according to the approved plans, or if something defective is used to build your home or property. Violation of trade standards could also possibly be considered a construction defect. If any of these things have happened to you in your recent dealings with contractors or construction work done on your property, contact us as soon as possible.
Call Us Today
Ready to take a stand for what you feel should have been done during your latest dealings with contractors or builders? If so, let us help you in your case. If you give us a call, we can quickly and easily set-up a consultation appointment with one of our lawyers to help review your potential case. This should never happen to those who have done their best to lay out well-guided plans, and with those who felt that they could trust a person who presented themselves as a professional for all intents and purposes. But since we do not live in a perfect world, we are more than happy to help.