Businesses count on being able to use the facilities and structures that they own. When there are issues with these facilities, there is a chance that you won't be able to open or run your business as you need to. This costs you time and money.
Construction defects are one of the reasons why some business owners might not have full use of their properties. These defects are usually fully preventable if reputable contractors do what they are supposed to do and use quality supplies for the project.
We understand the frustration that comes with construction defect cases. Each day that you don't have full use of your building, you are likely losing money. This isn't acceptable. Instead of just sitting back and dealing with the loss of income, you might decide to launch a construction defect lawsuit.
One thing that you need to do before you file the paperwork is to review the contract you have with the contractor. You might find that it contains clauses with information about what will happen if there is a defect.
Oftentimes, specific defects are covered in the document but others aren't. We can review the contract to determine if there are any provisions in it that might assist your current situation.
We know that when you are dealing with this, you probably want the fastest resolution possible. We can't promise that things will be corrected instantly, but we can promise that we will work diligently on your case so that you are able to focus on other things in the interim. We will discuss the possible solutions with you and try to find one that meets your goals for the case.