Category Archives: Construction Law

The answer depends on the type of construction defect to your property. Under California law there are two different types of defects; (1) patent defects and (2) latent defects. The first type of defect is a patent defect. A patent … Continue reading

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Do your windows leak and you want to recover the money necessary to repair your home? It often takes time for a homeowner in San Diego or Riverside to discovery window leaks because of the lack of rain we have … Continue reading

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If you’ve experienced construction defects to your home, including water intrusion, roof leaks, or window leaks, within ten years of the completion of any construction or remodeling work, you may have a claim against the builder for construction defects.  Construction … Continue reading

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Construction projects are up in San Diego County and contracts for future projects are up 60% from last year according to recent building permit data.  With an increase in construction around San Diego County, inevitably the risk of serious or fatal … Continue reading

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When you go to work at a construction site in San Diego, you assume that all safety precautions and safety measures  have been taken by your employer. You assume that your coworkers have been properly trained, that the equipment is functioning … Continue reading

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Unfortunately, construction defects occur far more often than they should in new construction. In an effort to stem the tide of litigation relating to construction defects, the State of California has implemented several pieces of legislation that require potential plaintiffs to … Continue reading

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As a homeowner you rely on the workmanship of the builder, contractor, and anyone else involved in the construction of your new home when you choose to build a new home instead of purchase an existing home. Unfortunately, that reliance … Continue reading

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