Construction Defects in Wisconsin
Construction defects can result in substantial costs for property owners. A home is the single largest investment for most people and construction defects can diminish the value of that investment or worse. Significant construction defects, such as water damage or mold, can make your house both unlivable and unsellable.
When problems arise or damage occurs, disputes regarding who is ultimately responsible for the defect are common. The attorneys at Doar, Drill & Skow have experience dealing with these cases and have represented clients in numerous types of construction litigation cases, including:
- Absence of firestops
- Code violations
- Cracking stucco
- Departure from blueprints
- Faulty electrical wiring, plumbing or roofing
- Foundation defects
- Improper grading
- Improper installment of appliances by subcontractor
- Leaking dormers
- Mold problems
- Poorly set or mixed concrete
Allegations regarding construction defects, the use of faulty materials, departure from blueprints, or breach of contract almost always involve technical issues necessitating expert testimony and thorough preparation of the facts involved. When necessary, we consult engineers, architects, hydrologists, materials experts and surveyors in preparing and presenting construction defects cases.
Contact Us for a Consultation With One of Our Construction Defects Lawyers
Whether you are a homeowner, real estate developer, construction company or subcontractor, we have the knowledge and experience to help you. For a no obligation consultation with one of our construction defects attorneys at Doar, Drill & Skow, call 877-362-7529 toll free or contact us online. Located in New Richmond, we serve clients throughout western Wisconsin.