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How Do I Know If My Property Has Construction Defects?We Focus on Construction Defect Litigation on a Contingency Fee Basis
How Do I Know If My Property Has Construction Defects?
Before we can answer this we must first define a "construction defect." A "construction defect" is a legal term of art that requires expert opinion to determine. Typically it involves negligent construction or design of a building component or it could involve defective products or materials. Typically you can recover for construction defects if those defects are causing damage to other building components or if the defective component is still under warranty with the builder. Defects in a property can include:
- Water intrusion through leaky windows
- Roof leaks and ceiling stains
- Interior drywall cracks or stucco cracks
- Foundation/soil movement under or near building
- Cracked foundation and slabs
- Plumbing, mechanical, or electrical system failures
- Swimming Pool Losing Water
Look around your property to see if you are experiencing any of these problems or anything else that does not appear to be right with the construction of your home. Talk to you neighbors and it is very likely that they may be experiencing similar problems. If you have found construction issues that your builder/contractor is unwilling to repair, call and speak with an experienced construction attorney at Anderson | Schoech to learn your legal rights.
We provide free consultations to frustrated property owners and will evaluate your potential claim. We handle the majority of our cases on a contingency fee basis so if there is no recovery, there is no fee! Call us at (916) 569-1940 or email Matthew R. Schoech, Esq., directly at email@example.com to learn your legal rights.
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
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