Types of Construction Defects
A construction defect is a deficiency in construction or flaws in the materials used during construction that devalues a property. When given notice of a construction defect, it is extremely important to contact a construction lawyer that specializes in construction defect defense as soon as possible. Construction defect claims are highly involved cases and require an experienced and knowledgeable construction defect lawyer with an extensive background in all areas of the construction industry.
Some of the more common claims of construction defect include issues like:
- Water intrusion due to faulty roofing or window/door seals
- Cracked foundation or improper water proofing
- Structural issues
- Building envelope defects
- Mold intrusion
- Drywall problems
- Soil subsidence or movement
Our network of local construction professionals allows us to provide our clients with effective representation in Tampa. Due to the complex nature of construction defects, these types of cases are often very time consuming and, depending on the severity of the claim, can be extremely costly for all the parties involved. Having a legal team on your side that thoroughly understands the legal processes of construction defects is the key to satisfactory resolution of these claims.
A Trusted Construction Defect Attorney in Tampa
Cotney Construction Law is highly experienced in handling a wide variety of construction defect cases. Our Tampa construction defect attorneys have successfully defended dozens of contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, engineers, architects, and other construction trade professionals throughout the State of Florida against such claims. In addition to providing effective construction defect defense services, our attorneys also have significant experience in handling construction liens, bond claims, construction litigation, bid protests, OSHA violations, professional license complaints, and alternative dispute resolution.
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Disclaimer: The information contained in this article is for general educational information only. This information does not constitute legal advice, is not intended to constitute legal advice, nor should it be relied upon as legal advice for your specific factual pattern or situation.