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White Plains Construction Defect Attorney

The construction industry is booming in New York, with hundreds of thousands of new permits issued for new buildings, renovations, conversions, demolitions and other projects each year. However, homeowners, tenants, neighbors, and other stakeholders can face serious problems when new structures are not built correctly. If you have been adversely affected by a construction defect in a newly renovated or recently built residential building in New York, the White plains construction defect attorney at Fiedler Deutsch, LLP is standing by to help. We offer free initial consultations, call us at (914) 993-0393 or contact us online to get started today.

Why Work With Fiedler Deutsch, LLP?

If you are a tenant, leaseholder, or homeowner in New York considering filing a claim for construction defects, it is important to work with an experienced construction defects attorney. Construction defect claims can be complex and may involve a variety of legal aspects, including contracts, property laws, building codes, and more.

An experienced White plains construction defect lawyer will be able to help you obtain the necessary documents and evidence you need to build a strong case and bring in experts to back up your claims. At Fiedler Deutsch, LLP, we pride ourselves on tailoring our service to our client’s needs. We will take the time to understand your case and answer any questions you may have so that you know exactly where you stand and fully understand your options.

When you work with the skilled attorneys of Fiedler Deutsch, LLP you will get:

What Are Construction Defects?

Construction defects are flaws in the design, craftsmanship, or materials used in the construction or renovation of a structure. Defects can create safety hazards, structural issues, or even performance problems, and may lead to legal disputes between the property owners and tenants, and the builders and contractors. Some of the most common construction defects include:

There are two different types of defects: latent and patent. Latent defects are concealed and may not be obvious upon visual inspection. Patent defects are typically apparent to an outside observer. In some situations, a construction defect may contain both latent and patent defects.

Who Can Be Held Accountable For Construction Defects?

Depending on the defect, there are a few different parties that can be held accountable for construction defects, including:

It is important to note that, generally, the contractor cannot be held liable for design defects, and the architect or engineer cannot be held liable for construction defects.

Let Us Handle Your Construction Defect Claim

If you are a tenant, leaseholder, or homeowner in New York who has been negatively impacted by a construction defect, contact Fiedler Deutsch, LLP today. Our White Plains construction defect attorney can help you explore your options and build a strong claim to obtain the compensation you deserve. Call us today at (914) 993-0393 to schedule a free consultation, or contact us online.