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Construction Defect Litigation

Construction Defect Litigation Lawyer in McAllen

Negligent Parties Must Be Held Accountable

The construction and dedication of a brand-new building is always an exciting moment for a neighborhood or community. Whether you're a business owner undertaking the construction of a new commercial building, a local government raising a state-of-the-art school for your community's children, or a religious group seeing the completion of a new place of worship, the project represents the culmination of months or years of planning and embodies the dreams of a better future.

Unfortunately, you may find leaks and cracks, water destroying walls and ceilings, or electric components and other equipment that doesn't work. Suddenly, the dream has turned into a nightmare as you discover one construction defect after another in your new building.

Construction defects are as common in the building industry as budget problems and contract disputes. If you own a structure, you may already be familiar with the concept. Simple things like poor wiring, plumbing, or insulation, among other issues, can cause an unbelievable number of problems for you. These issues can take some time to repair and cause serious dents to your bank account in the process.

If another party was responsible for these issues, you need to consult legal counsel about your options. If you are experiencing these issues and don't know the cause, contact us for a free consultation. We can provide experts to examine your property, at no upfront cost to you, to determine the source and extent of your building's damage.

The Causes

Many factors can cause construction defects. Defects are usually the result of the responsible party using wrong or weak materials, cutting corners to save costs, or just plain poor workmanship. No matter the reason, a defect should never occur. If you're the one dealing with it on a financial level, you need to confront the contractor responsible for the work and enforce your rights.

To make matters worse, a defect can cause serious hazards in a structure that can lead to injury or death, not just to you, but to tenants or visitors to your property as well. It's something that you can't afford and shouldn't have to deal with. Omar Ochoa Law Firm has the skill and resources to handle your lawsuit and to secure the compensation you need to restore your building.

Who We Represent

Omar Ochoa Law Firm can handle construction disputes caused by many factors. The complexities that come with being a building owner get worse if you've discovered a defect, or several, in your structure.

You may have a claim against one or more of the following:

  • Construction companies
  • Architects
  • Contractors
  • Suppliers
  • Engineers
Our Clients Are Always Our FIRST Priority

We have fought for our clients all over the county. We will bring the same attention, dedication, and intensity to your case.

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Find the Results You Need

Consult with us to determine what you need to do to move forward and make the necessary repairs to your commercial building. We can provide experts, free of upfront charge to you, and comprehensively investigate your complaints against another party whose incompetent practices damaged your building.

Reach out to Omar Ochoa Law Firm to learn more.

  • “From the start, the law firm was extremely helpful. We had a wonderful experience working with the Omar Ochoa Law Firm.” - Abel C.
  • “Mr. Ochoa always made himself available and kept me up to date with my case. I would highly recommend Omar Ochoa Law Firm.” - Myra A.
  • “Our issue was solved very quickly thank you once again Omar Ochoa and his team.” - Mario S.

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