Construction Defect Lawyer
A home is the largest investment most people make in their lifetime. Construction problems can destroy the value of your home. Whether you bought a pre-existing home, or contracted for the construction of your home, you have a right to a home free from serious construction defects.
Some examples of defective construction are:
- Improper water proofing details and flashing
- Negligent stucco installation
- Excessive foundation settlement and cracking
- Negligent siding installation
- Negligent window installation
- Defective siding products such as Medium Density Fiberboard or other “engineered” siding products
- Negligently manufactured windows
- Improper roofing
In the construction field, inattention to detail can lead to financially disastrous consequences. Construction defect lawsuits can be complicated, as the homeowner may have potential claims against the general contractor, architect, engineer, or any of the various subcontractors. Adding to the confusion, the insurers for the various parties may attempt to wrongfully disclaim responsibility for the actions of their insureds. You need an attorney who is experienced with construction defect claims and insurance coverage issues.
Taylor has experience litigating a wide variety of construction defect cases involving claims brought by individual homeowners, Homeowners’ Associations and commercial property owners. He has handled cases involving allegations of defective flashing, negligent window installation, defective windows, defective siding, improper siding installation, cracking concrete foundations, negligent framing, defective sliding glass doors, improper waterproofing details, improper weather lapping of construction materials, defective roofs, defective stucco, negligent stucco installation, defective swimming pools, and many other construction problems.
Taylor handles construction defect cases throughout South Carolina and Georgia, including Charleston, Mount Pleasant, Isle of Palms, Sullivan’s Island, Folly Beach, Kiawah Island, Seabrook Island, Edisto Beach, Fripp Island, Hilton Head, Savannah, and St. Simons. Whether you own a single family home, condominium, or commercial building, if you believe that your property suffers from serious construction defects, call The Taylor Anderson Law Firm now.