Your home is undoubtedly your biggest investment, and any construction defect detracts from your enjoyment of your home, your most valuable asset. Owning a home is the American dream, but if you’ve ever experienced problems like a crumbling foundation or black mold caused from a defect in construction, you know firsthand how quickly experiencing the American dream can turn into dealing with a homeowner’s nightmare. While small defects may require a simple remedy that you can work out on your own with your contractor, major problems and particularly costly defects may require the assistance of a construction defect attorney experienced in dealing with this type of legal issue. Russell and Hill has a history of helping homeowners go toe to toe with contractors, insurance companies and others who are responsible for defective constructions. Reach out to our legal team as soon as possible once you discover the defect to begin working on a legal strategy to set things right.
Unfortunately, construction defects happen. Some of the most common construction defects consist of:
Courts typically categorize construction defects into one of four categories:
Once you discover a defect in your home’s construction, you’re likely facing a range of feelings—from outrage to disbelief to fear—and you’re justified in being angry. Holding the responsible party accountable can help you put the whole sordid mess behind you once and for all. Russell and Hill and our compassionate and knowledgeable Kirkland construction defect attorney can help you go up against the responsible party, negotiating on your behalf or even heading to court for you if an amicable solution is not reached. Contact us now to arrange your free case consultation.