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Dedicated Gilroy Lawyer Handles Construction Defect Claims

Experienced California lawyer seeks remedies for shoddy materials and substandard work

Whenever construction work begins on your commercial property, you have every right to expect that the work will be done according to the terms of the contract. You also have a right to expect that the contractor is competent and using approved materials.  When either of these expectations is not met, it’s important to seek experienced counsel from an attorney who can hold the contractor accountable. At The Goldblatt Law Firm, I represent businesses throughout Northern California in claims against contractors for construction defects and shoddy workmanship.

When these problems are discovered, most reputable licensed contractors will correct the situation. But when the contractor is unwilling to repair damage caused by substandard work or the use of defective materials, I draw on my background in real estate law and familiarity with the California laws that govern licensed contractors to seek remedies that compensate my clients.

Handling a full range of construction defects

By using defective materials or creating defects through poor workmanship, contractors create dangerous conditions. Construction defects may include:

  • Defective windows, siding or roofing
  • Faulty electrical wiring
  • Defective plumbing
  • Substandard building work
  • Poor masonry or carpentry
  • Defective materials
  • Water seepage
  • Foundation or structural cracks
  • Construction that does not conform to municipal codes and building requirements

In addition to putting people and property in danger, these defects may reduce the value of your property and subject you to lawsuits or fines. When construction defects are found and the contractor refuses to remedy the situation, my firm will help you determine the best course of action to get compensation via mediation, arbitration or litigation. As an attorney who has handled many contractor disputes over defects in commercial construction, I will take prompt action on your behalf.

Contact an established Northern California attorney for help with a construction defect

If a contractor has engaged in shoddy workmanship or used defective materials in your commercial construction project, an attorney experienced in handling contractor disputes can help. At the Goldblatt Law Firm, I represent Northern California businesses faced with construction defects. Please call 408-763-4715 or contact me online to schedule a free consultation at my Gilroy office. Habla español.

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  • Gilroy Office
    22 Martin St.
    Gilroy, California 95020
    Phone: 408-763-4715
    Fax: 408-847-4164