Taking Action Against An Unlicensed Contractor
At the Law Office of Bryan R. Snyder, we know how important the home is. When you embark on a project such as a new patio or a new roof, you may hire contractors for the job. You expect them to be professionals, but what happens if you find out they don’t have a license? If a contractor is unlicensed, you may be entitled to file a claim against them.
Attorney Bryan R. Snyder has experience helping homeowners take action against unlicensed contractors. It can be frustrating to discover that the person or people you hired to complete a job didn’t have authorization to do so. At the Law Office of Bryan R. Snyder, our attorney has more than 20 years of experience in obtaining the compensation his clients deserve. Place your trust in a knowledgeable lawyer who gets results and contact 619-752-1102 today.
Am I Obligated To Pay An Unlicensed Contractor?
In California, contractors are required to have a license for work exceeding $500. If an unlicensed contractor performed the renovation or project and the costs were more than $500, homeowners are not obligated to pay them for the work. Likewise, you are not obligated to pay an unlicensed contractor if the work was defective and the cost exceeded the threshold amount.
When Can I Sue?
You are entitled to file a claim for any of the above mentioned scenarios. In addition, you may sue an unlicensed contractor if they misrepresent themselves as licensed.
At Law Office of Bryan R. Snyder, we understand how stressful it is to know you may have lost money on a project because another person or people misrepresented themselves. However, it is important for you to know that you can take action to get your money back. Attorney Bryan R. Snyder is here to fight for you during every step of the process.
Contact Our San Diego Attorney Today
If you hired an unlicensed contractor, it’s important to take action immediately. The process for filing a claim can be intimidating, but at the Law Office of Bryan R. Snyder, we’re here to walk you through it and fight for what’s in your best interests.