New homeowners often find their dream home has flaws. Either things were not designed properly or
they were not built correctly. Sometimes the builder just got careless. Sometimes the
house has defects that the builder refuses to fix. Any of these situations may require the
expertise of a construction lawyer. While many disputes between the homeowners and builders
get resolved through negotiation and compromise, sometimes the homeowner has to take additional
steps to get necessary repairs made. Occasionally these steps include litigation or
A qualified construction lawyer can quickly assess the problems a
homeowner has, demand remedial action by the builder and, often, get the matter resolved efficiently
and without delay. Sometimes, however, the problems are not quite so easily fixed. A
lawyer effectively representing a homeowner looks for the best, most efficient solution. It's
important to identify the problem, understand both the factual and legal situation, and determine
the course that's most likely to produce a solution that gets the home into shape the homeowner
wants. That's what good construction lawyers do - and it's what we do at Fishman Jackson
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