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Defect Disputes

Everything You Need to Know About Patent Defects

Construction defects are unfortunately very common and often lead to disputes over whether or not the deficiency is actually a construction defect, whether the construction defect is a design, material, or workmanship defect, and who should be held responsible for the defect. When most defects are discovered long after the completion of the project, it’s […]

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5 Tips for Avoiding Construction Defect Litigation

The last thing you need to be facing in the midst of a global pandemic is the lengthy and often costly expensive process of construction defect litigation. Whether the dispute or the defect itself is the fault of the contractor or owner, it’s likely to severely damage your reputation. To help you avoid this type […]

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Design Defects Versus Workmanship Defects

A construction defect is a flaw in a building that poses a potential threat to anyone in or around the site. Construction defects are relatively uncommon, but they happen often enough to bring problems for construction companies and building owners. Dealing with a construction defect can involve legal processes, especially if that defect is not […]

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How Long Are Contractors Responsible for Construction Defects in Colorado?

Contractors are usually held liable for construction defects related to the construction of buildings. Every state has a set of laws that govern how long the contractor can be held liable for these construction defects. The length of time varies based on several factors and from state to state. In this editorial, a Colorado Springs […]

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Construction Defects on Mortgaged Homes

Construction defects are always a problem for construction companies. However, changes in legislation have changed how companies are held liable for those defects. Mortgaged homes can still have defects, and it raises the question of who is responsible for those defects: the construction company or the mortgage lender. In this editorial, a Colorado Springs contractor […]

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7 Common Construction Defects and How an Tallahassee Construction Attorneys Can Help

Despite working with integrity and completing projects in a timely manner, construction defects and construction defect claims can still occur. A construction defect is any flaw in the design, workmanship, or materials of a structure which results in a failure of one or more of the structure’s components. Tallahassee construction law firms regularly protect construction […]

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How to Hire A Portland Construction Defect Attorney

Whether stemming from design defects, material defects, or even workmanship defects, becoming embroiled in a construction dispute without proper representation may lead to you owing thousands of dollars. A Portland construction defect attorney can be a valuable partner when it comes to protecting your business from legal action. Whether working in residential construction or commercial, […]

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Who Is Responsible for Construction Defects?

Construction defects are problems in a building’s design or construction that can cause it to fail and injure people. If this happens, an investigation will look at the work that you finished to see if you are responsible. It can have a serious impact on your business, which is why you want to avoid defects […]

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Here Are Your Options When a Construction Defect Is Leading to a Dispute

You might be thinking that litigation is inevitable now that you’ve been notified of a construction defect on one of your past projects, but that’s not necessarily the case. Florida law allows for a number of possible solutions without the need for litigation. In this brief article, we weigh your options for when it appears […]

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4 Crucial Steps for Defending Against Construction Defect Claims

The unfortunate truth is that construction defect claims are par for the course in the construction industry. Few contractors have avoided the hassle and headache of dealing with a claim. For this reason, it’s important for your company to be prepared in the event that it’s notified of a claim. By following the four steps […]

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