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Ultimately the Builder is responsible for the acts of its subcontractors in these cases. At this point if neither are willing to do anything to remedy the situation I would reach out to a lawyer who p ...Read more

You can file a complaint with the Contractors License Board or sue them in General Sessions Court.

I can't speak for other lawyers but for myself, I would not take the case on a contingency basis. You have had the house for 11 years and should have done something before now.

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Mechanic’s Lien Against Real Estate

A mechanic’s lien is established and governed by Virginia statutes. They protect contractors and subcontractors who have not been paid for their services and provide specific steps for contracto ... Read more

California Construction Dispute Resolution Attorney

Contract Litigation, Mediation, Arbitration A dispute can arise suddenly and without warning in any construction project despite the existence of detailed schedules and expertly-drafted contracts. Whe ... Read more

Resolving Commercial Construction Disputes

How Commercial Construction Disputes May Be Resolved While commencement of commercial construction projects is typically (or, at the very least, should be) preceded by the execution of a well-drafted ... Read more

Philadelphia Construction Accident Lawyers: Tips for Trenching and Excavati

Nearly everyone has seen the signs to call a phone number before digging. This is because one of the biggest dangers when trenching or excavating an area is hitting underground gas, electric, or water ... Read more

Disadvantaged Business Enterprises: Potential Opportunities or Disasters

The certified “Disadvantaged Business Enterprise” (DBE) is an integral part of the construction industry in California and nationwide. Billions of dollars in construction funds are allocat ... Read more

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