What Options Does a Homeowner Have When Their Home Has a Construction Defect?

If you had a home custom built, or bought a newly constructed home, and found that there is a defect then you need the help of an attorney. There is nothing worse than thinking you are getting a newly built, perfect home and finding a significant construction defect. There is good news though: You do not have to simply accept your fate. Contact The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker at 800-333-0000 and we will look for options to hold your architect, subcontractor, or builder responsible for their mistakes.

We have handled many cases just like yours

There are plenty of attorneys who would be happy to take your case but you need an attorney who has experience. We work directly with Perona, Langer, Beck, and Harrison, a well-respected firm that is known as one of the pioneer firms regarding California landslide cases. They have worked on many similar cases, including a case involving the biggest urban landslide in the world. With our partnership, your needs will be more than met.

Examples of construction defects

There are many different types of construction defects we can assist you with. They include landslides, fire hazards, subsidence, water pooling, structural damage, mold, foundation cracks, mildew, shoddy construction, leak intrusion, and water intrusion. You can also call us if you are dealing with poor walking surfaces or door and window issues. You can count on us to fight for the best possible outcome, including compensation for damages to your home and for any injuries the poor construction may have led to.

If you have been injured by a construction defect then we can help

If you have been the victim of a serious injury that was caused by a construction defect then you may have a case against the contractor, architect, builder, or other party that was responsible for the defect. If so, you can recover compensation for damages including medical costs, pain and suffering, lost wages, and more.

There is a statute of limitations so you must act quickly

One of the most important things to remember is that there is a statute of limitations on filing a lawsuit for construction defects. There are many factors that will determine how long you have to file. For example, if the defect is what is known as patent, which means it would be obvious to a reasonable person, then you will have less time than if the defect is what is known as latent, which means less obvious. If you are not sure if you can still file then we encourage you to contact The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker at 800-333-0000 for a free legal consultation.

If you paid a fair price for a new home and it has a significant defect that either affects your ability to enjoy it or has injured you, then we believe you are entitled to compensation. Call us now and let us get started on your case.