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Chinese drywall linked to health issues

Chinese drywall has been used in many homes in the United States. In fact, more than 20,000 homes reportedly used Chinese-made drywall. Unfortunately, this type of product has been linked to health issues and electrical defects. A new report by the federal government shows that Chinese drywall can be defective and pose risks to a person's health. 

Type of construction defect can impact time to file lawsuit

When your home or business has construction defects or design flaws, you can end up facing significant costs to repair the damages and any safety issues caused by these defects and flaws. What can you do to help pay for the damage to your home or business property?

Design flaws, defects lead to lawsuit in California county

When San Bernardino County agreed to an expansion project for the High Desert Detention Center in Adelanto, they weren't anticipating any additional costs to their set budget. The project added new beds to the detention center and increased the square footage to more than eight acres to address overcrowding in prisons. Despite the plans the county agreed to with the contractor, they've found out the hard way that construction defects and flaws can wreak havoc on your budget.

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