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Making What’s Wrong Right

The attorneys of Construction Lawyers, LLP possess a combined legal experience of over 25 years in construction defect litigation. Collectively representing thousands of homeowners and recovering millions of dollars for our homeowner association clients, our attorneys have earned a reputation for their professionalism and success in construction defect matters.

In addition to our experience and accomplishments in this field, what
further sets us apart from other construction defect firms is our
willingness and wherewithal to represent our clients on a contingency
basis and advance all costs.

Committed to our clients’ individual needs, we provide experienced, reliable and competent representation to homeowners and homeowner associations and are dedicated to making what’s wrong...right!

 Florida Statutes
Enacted in 2003, and applying to most construction defect actions in the State of Florida, Chapter 558 of the Florida Statutes provides an alternative dispute resolution process in lieu of a formal lawsuit. The claim process, which may be completed in as little as four to five months, involves the homeowner or homeowner association filing a notice of claim with the contractor, subcontractor, supplier and/or responsible design professional, advising them of the claimed defective conditions, and providing them with an opportunity to resolve the claim without resort to further legal process. The Chapter 558 claims process is a prerequisite to a claimant's ability to pursue a formal legal action against developers or builders in the vast majority of construction defect actions in the State of Florida. There are many requirements and deadlines articulated within the statute, and we would be happy to explain the process in further detail with and at no cost to your homeowner association or board of directors. Please feel free to contact us to discuss Chapter 558, its applicability to your home or association, our cost efficient approach to resolving these claims, or to answer other questions that you may have regarding construction defect matters.
It’s Your Home. The construction boom in the State of Florida has led to a rise in the use of untrained and unskilled labor, leading to shoddy worksmanship, code violations and poor building practices. Who’s responsible?

Your bulider is responsible for the costs to remedy defects in the construction of your home, condominium, office condominium, or apartment building.

What's New:

October 24, 2013 - Construction Lawyers, LLP Recovers Over $4.7 Million On Behalf Of Two Condominium Associations For Construction Defects

October 8, 2013 - Understand Statutes of Limitation for Construction Defect Claims and Preserve Your Association’s Access to the Courts

PLEASE READ: The information contained in this website is provided as a marketing information resource. It is designed to educate and inform. It is not a statement of your legal rights, nor is it intended in any way to impart legal advice. If you seek legal advice, we strongly advise you to contact an attorney. If you seek legal advice regarding construction defects, we urge you to contact us.

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