Homeowner’s insurance doesn’t always cover damage covered by stucco defects. Insurance won’t always cover stucco damage because they might put the liability with the contractor that improperly installed it, who will then ask insurance to cover their work. When this happens, you end up in a complicated back-and-forth while your home has damage that needs to be repaired. What are you to do? Let’s review just that. Read more
Buyers Beware – Florida Housing Bills Will Hurt Homeowners. Senate bill (SB 736) and House bill (HB 583) effectively does away with causes of action under the Florida statute that is the enforcement mechanism for the Florida Building Code. There’s still time to stop this, find out how.
Wilson Reeder & Zudar Law scored a trial victory for the victims of a negligent home renovation and related billing abuse.
While stucco is best suited to areas of the US with dry conditions, it’s used in homebuilding in all 50 states. If the stucco is improperly applied by the homebuilder or subcontractor, it could lead to serious damage in your home that could be expensive to repair. This is what’s known as “defective construction.”
Construction Defect Law In order to successfully litigate a construction defect case, your attorney must specialize in construction law. In doing so, they will have extensive knowledge of what goes into construction processes and activities. Construction defects often originate somewhere within the following stages: Construction Supervision Inspection Planning Design This is true for both residential […]
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