Have you been the victim of an unethical home builder or a dishonest real estate agent? Are you the victim of an inept home inspector? Have you purchased a home with shoddy construction, foundation defects, water-related issues, or even an unscrupulous HOA?
We are here to help! I have been practicing law in San Antonio, TX for 25+ years and I represent clients against those tract builders who use inferior foundation design and construction standards or techniques to build homes. We have collected millions of dollars for our clients that have been victims of these unscrupulous tract builders.
If you are a homeowner and have a dispute with a builder, contractor or remodeler related to you home, your dispute is probably covered by a law called the Residential Construction Liability Act (RCLA). The RCLA creates a legal process that most people will have to follow if they have a dispute with a builder, contractor, or remodeler related to construction defects involving a residence. Everything important to you is in your home – your family, your valued possessions, and your memories. That’s why you expect it to be safe, strong and secure. When a construction defect affects your ability to feel good about your investment in your home or causes you to move out entirely, you need to make sure that the builder, and possibly others responsible are held accountable – not only for your damages, but for your out-of-pocket expenses.
It is important to contact an attorney as soon as possible after you have given the builder a reasonable amount of time to correct the mistakes. State statutes allow only a limited amount of time to file a claim after a construction defect is discovered. That’s the purpose of our law firm and this website. If you feel you’ve been the victim of a dishonest or sloppy builder or real estate agent, look through our frequently asked questions to see if your question can be answered here or contact us for a free evaluation of your situation.