Whether you are building a new home, business or building, you have put a lot of time, money and effort in planning and preparing for it. Often, timelines must be met in order to ensure that the build is complete and in working order by a certain date. However, that date could be pushed back weeks, months and even years if defects are detected.
At Weiss, Handler & Cornell, P.A., our firm has a wide breadth of experience handling construction defects matter. By applying their knowledge of real estate law, our attorneys diligently represent individuals and organizations and help them navigate complex construction disputes.
Our firm has experience litigating and settling matters involving structural damage, foundation problems, water damage, defective material, poor-quality materials, faulty installation, faulty craftsmanship and mold growth. We take the time to explore all defects present, assessing the cause and responsibility of them.
Construction defects can be very costly. Thus, by filing a legal action, you could hold another party or parties accountable for their mistakes and negligence. This process not only addresses the current defects but also determines the damages suffered as a result. Finally, taking legal action can help ensure the construction project is done correctly.
A construction project might hit a few bumps in a road, such as delays caused by weather. These minor interruptions are expected and frequently prepared. But most are not prepared for a major delay caused by construction defects. A delay alone is costly, but when you add the processes of fixing the known defects, this could result in significant monetary damages. As such, it is important to understand your legal rights and options when it comes to seeking damages through a construction defect legal action.