Construction Defect / Real Estate Non-Disclosure

Whether you purchased a new or preexisting property, or remodeled; if your home is exhibiting problems you may have a claim for construction defect issues or the failure to disclose known issues to you.

Property owners can incur considerable expenses when dealing with investigating and remediating construction defects. This can include money spent on investigation, repairs and possibly temporary relocation. Often experts need to be hired to perform invasive and investigative testing below the surface of the home to identify the cause of those defects.  Eventually, a plan to properly address the defects, correct them, and put the home back together needs to be created and carried out.  We can help.

We handle construction litigation involving homeowners against general contractors, subcontractors, developers, lenders, suppliers, bond and surety companies and design professionals for failures to properly and adequately contract homes.  We also handle real estate non-disclosure claims against sellers who conceal or fail to fully disclose known issues with a home during the sales process.


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Personal Injury

Car and truck accidents happen every day and are among the most common causes of serious injury and death in the United States.

When a car accident is caused by a third party’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation to cover the costs you incur as a result of your injuries, including medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

We will guide you through the process and work diligently to fight for the compensation you deserve to support your recovery and help get your life back on track.

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Business and Contract Law

Starting and running a small business often involves a staggering number of legal contracts, whether it's a simple invoice for an order (which technically is a contract) or an employment compensation agreement. We can help guide you, prepare them or review them for you.

Once the contracts are prepared and signed, performing what was agreed to becomes the next step.  After all, getting paid for providing others with goods or services is the reason that any business exists, and when others refuse to pay what was contractually agreed to, we can help.

We handle contract law and business law involving small business owners, whatever their needs.


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Both Mr. Carson and Mr. Richards have received a Martindale-Hubbell Preeminent AV Rating, the highest rating achievable for attorneys from Martindale-Hubbell.


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