The opportunity to have your own home built, maybe even your first home, is a big moment in time. For 90% of us, it is the biggest investment we will ever make.  Those walls keep you and your family safe and hold memories that will last a lifetime. Finding out that you got less than you paid for can be devastating. In the commercial context, the construction of your building may not touch heart strings, but it is one of the keys to your future success.  Moving in late or having to vacate because of construction delays or defects is not what you contracted for. The attorneys at Burns, Cunningham, & Mackey, P.C., are seasoned advocates ready and willing to help you in these situations.

Alabama law protects protects purchasers from construction defects.  Specifically, in the residential context, damages for emotional distress may be recoverable, in addition to damages for the cost of repair and loss of use. Stigma damages (the loss of value in the property because of a perceived defects) may also be recoverable.  Burns, Cunningham & Mackey, P.C., is an experienced team of Mobile construction defect attorneys who will evaluate your situation and guide you through the process. To learn how you can recover from a construction defect, connect today at 800-574-4332 with our team of lawyers.

What Is a Construction Defect Claim?

A construction defect claim is where the builder fails to build the structure in a good and workmanlike manner, or fails to build it in conformity with the applicable building codes, or both. In certain cases, a claim may be brought where the defects are undiscovered for up to 12 years. Because the legal framework for this is complex, it is key that you engage with an attorney experienced in explaining an understanding these nuances.

What Will an Alabama Construction Defect Lawyer Provide?

A decision to work with the attorneys at Burns, Cunningham & Mackey, P.C., is a decision to move your case in the right direction, placing it in the hands of professionals with a wealth of experience in handling construction defect claims. It is important to initiate the conversation with our team sooner rather than later. Contact a Mobile construction defect attorney on our team to discuss your case.  We do not charge a fee to evaluate your case.


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