Construction Defect Swimming Pool Cracks

Homeowner Retains Construction Defect Attorney for Swimming Pool DefectsWe Focus on Construction Defect Litigation on a Contingency Fee Basis

Managing partner and construction defect attorney, Matt Schoech, has filed a lawsuit on behalf of the owner of a Bay Area, multi-million dollar home in San Mateo County.  The custom home was built in 2005 and has a defective pool that is cracking and leaking, causing damage to the deck and surrounding areas that will cost the homeowner tens of thousands of dollars to repair.  Anderson | Schoech has retained a pool expert who recently conducted a preliminary inspection to evaluate the defective conditions.  The expert’s findings confirmed our client’s allegations of swimming pool defects.  The expert’s defect report will be used to prosecute our client’s lawsuit.

Does My Leaking Pool Warrant a Construction Defect Lawsuit?

If you suspect your pool is leaking and losing water or have noticed cracking within or around the pool a construction defect lawsuit may be warranted.  You may want to hire an inspector to determine how much damage there is and the cost to repair the defective pool.  Some leaks are quick and fairly affordable to repair without the need of litigation while other leaks may require the replacement of the entire pool.  Most experts will conduct tests to determine if the pool is leaking and may provide a formal report so that you can decide whether it is worth it for you to proceed with legal action against the pool contractor.  A construction law attorney at our office can help you make that decision and offer various legal options based on the specific details of your case.  Each situation is different so please consult with one of our attorneys.  Anderson | Schoech is experienced in litigating claims concerning swimming pool defects.  One of our most recent settlements for a defective pool case involves a custom pool that was leaking wherein the client received a favorable settlement including statutory attorneys’ fees.  Call us today at (916) 569-1940 to speak with a Northern California construction defect attorney at a no-cost consultation. We focus on construction defect litigation on a contingency fee basis, no recovery, no fee.


Call us now at (916) 569-1940 to speak with a Sacramento construction defect lawyer at a no-cost consultation. Let us help you protect your home!

We Focus on Construction Defect Litigation on a Contingency Fee Basis

Schoech Law Group, PC
4020 Lennane Dr #102 | Sacramento,CA95834
Tel: (916) 569-1940 | Fax: (916) 569-1939
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