Lawyer Handling St. Simons Wood Rot And Construction Defect Cases
With its salty marshes, sandy beaches and rich history, it’s no wonder that many decide to make Georgia’s Golden Isle and St. Simons Island their home. Yet, as with any coastal climate, homes in St. Simons are susceptible to excess moisture and wood rot. While there are many resources for preventing and eliminating damages from decayed wood, there are times when families purchase a home without knowing that it has wood rot damage. In these cases, homeowners benefit from the expertise of an undisclosed wood rot lawsuit lawyer.
Wood rot can be related to negligent flashing and waterproofing, improper stucco system, negligent window installation, defective windows, or other construction defects. Taylor has experience with all these types of construction defects and the associated insurance coverage issues.
With strong advocacy for residents throughout the lowcountry of South Carolina and coastal areas of South Georgia, Taylor Anderson works tirelessly on behalf of unsuspecting homeowners facing the burden of wood rot damages, seeking recourse for all negligent parties.
Have you recently purchased a home in St. Simons Island or Sea Island? Do you suspect that there’s wood rot damage or ongoing decay? Call the Taylor Anderson Law Firm for trusted insight into your claim. As always, your evaluation is free of charge.
Legal Help For Undisclosed Wood Rot And Construction Defects
Whether sellers have intentionally concealed information or if inspection companies proved negligent, homeowners in St. Simons deserve legal help from an undisclosed wood rot attorney if they are facing costly repairs and/or structural damage from decayed wood. Taylor Anderson is committed, and will not back down when it comes to your case. He believes that every circumstance deserves a second look and that a thorough investigation is the best way to hold responsible parties accountable for their actions. In other words, the financial burden of wood rot repairs and damages shouldn’t fall on current homeowners when previous occupants were less than forthcoming about the conditions of the wood in their home.
For legal help that you can count on, contact the Taylor Anderson Law Firm in Charleston today for a free review of your wood rot claim.
If your home on St. Simons Island has been damaged by wood rot, negligent flashing and waterproofing, improper stucco system, negligent window installation, defective windows, or other construction defects, call the Taylor Anderson Law Firm.