About Construction Defect Law in California
With the hundreds of thousands of new homes and commercial buildings built during the last housing boom, many homes were built rapidly and at times may have not met the high standards of construction that would be expected. A construction defect means that the home, condominium or office has some problem caused due to the actual construction of it, such as a leaky roof or moldy drywall. There can also be very serious construction defects, such as a foundation that is settling and cracking, or structural damage.
Some of the most common construction defects are:
- Leaking roof
- Leaking windows
- Moldy drywall
- Cracking or sagging walls
- Cracking foundation
- Water pooling
- Paint staining
- Shoddy construction
It can be costly and upsetting when you are faced with a defect in your home or business. Attempting to handle the problem through the builder, real estate broker or developer can be overwhelming and time consuming. Your best course of action is to retain the services of a qualified Los Angeles gay and lesbian construction defect lawyer who is highly skilled in this area of the law. There are many complexities in this field, as many trades, contractors, suppliers and manufacturers could be the negligent party that helped create the defective construction. In order to determine that, a thorough understanding and investigation should be conducted by an experienced attorney.
Locate a California Construction Defect Lawyer
Pride Legal has a network of professional independent attorneys available to assist you in handling your construction defect claim. Our participating lawyers are talented and knowledgeable in this area of the law and can professionally represent you for any claim you may have. The member attorneys at Pride Legal serve the communities of Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego Counties, and pride ourselves on catering to the unique needs of the gay community.
Get the legal help you need with Pride Legal. Contact a Pride Legal Construction Defect Attorney today!