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Construction defects require immediate and firm action

In our last blog post, we discussed some of the more common construction defects and how you can prove them if you opt to pursue compensation for those defects. All of that information might have been a lot to absorb, but that mustn't stop you from filing claims if you have construction defects in a building you had built.

Understanding construction defects and how to prove them

Construction defects are a big source of headaches for property owners. When contractors don't do what they are supposed to do or try to cut corners, serious trouble can occur. In some cases, the trouble can mean building code issues or instability. It can also lead to personal injury. For those reasons, people who think that there has been a defect in construction might opt to pursue compensation for that defect.

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