Hiring someone to build something for you or to fix an existing structure is likely going to involve a contract between you and the contractor. This contract means that you have an expectation of the work that will be performed and the contractor has an expectation for what you are going to pay.
Many construction contracts are fulfilled without any issues; however, there are cases when contractors try to take advantage of the people they accept money from. If a contractor doesn't comply with the expectations of the job, you do have legal recourse. We can help you stand up and let the contractor know that he or she isn't going to get away with a breach of contract.
You shouldn't have to be the one to deal with these types of issues, especially if your project was something that was caused by things out of your control. You likely didn't take the decision about which contractor to hire lightly. You probably did some research and got multiple quotes to help you make your decision. Even when you are this cautious, there is a still a chance that something will go wrong that will require you to take legal action.
We realize that there are many different ways that these situations might be rectified. You might just want the contractor to fix the issues. You may need monetary compensation to cover damages related to the problem. In every case, we can help you launch your claim. We will keep your goal in mind as we work on the case.