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Construction defect claims can take many different forms. From structural damage to foundations and floor slabs due to heaving soils, mold and water damage caused by improper drainage and leaks, to concrete and asphalt damage as a result of faulty installation. There are typically two types of construction defects:
In most states, homeowners have a limited time in which to file a claim for construction defects. Once the statute of limitations has expired, homeowners may be stuck with the defect. But some states may allow suits as long as they are filed within the time limit after the date of discovery. For example, you may not know the builder used a defective building material until you renovate your home and discover the defect.
There is no limit to the kinds of defects that may be present in a home, from minor problems that can easily be fixed to major situations that render a home uninhabitable. Defects can originate in the design, planning, inspection, or the construction phase. Common construction defects include, but are not limited to:
Construction defect law is complicated and it can get increasingly technical. Some litigation can take a long time and there are many examples of cases resulting in huge settlements.
For example, in 2011, a Texas couple won a settlement of $58 million dollars for a long drawn out battle with home builders, Perry Homes. A jury in California also awarded $2.7 million dollars to a family in a toxic mold case in 2001.
One of the most significant investments most people will ever make is purchasing their home. If you or a loved one have had issues with the construction of your home; you need to speak up! You might be eligible for financial compensation for your suffering. Don’t suffer in silence. Fill out a no-cost claim review to see if you are eligible to receive compensation. – complete the free and easy claim review form today.