There are many different things that you have to consider when you are going to build a structure in California. One of the very important points is the soil stability. If there is an adverse soil condition in the area, it would need to be addressed before you could build your structure. People who aren’t familiar with this issue usually turn to a knowledgeable person to help them come up with a plan and execute that plan. We know that you didn’t spend all the money on the structure just to have it be considered unsafe or for it to be unstable. If this does occur to you, we are here to help you learn about what legal options you have for getting the situation rectified. You might have to consider several possibilities to handle your case. You may need to have the structure demolished and rebuilt. You may decide that you just need it torn down. You might also want to have the foundation stabilized and repaired. No matter what your preferred resolution of the matter is, we can help you to determine what you might be able to do to get there. In some cases, you might have to file a lawsuit in order to get the issue rectified. We understand that you might not want to have to deal with all of this; however, this is sometimes the only way that you can recoup the money that you are out of because of this construction defect. There isn’t any reason at all why you should have to deal with the financial burden a situation like this can cause.
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On Behalf of Law Office of Bryan R. Snyder, APC | Jul 21, 2017 | Construction Law