The devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey has sent the construction industry in affected counties into a tailspin as construction professionals struggle to keep up with demand. Unfortunately, as builders and contractors attempt to regain equilibrium, many may find themselves dealing with major disputes with homeowners for the first time. Although the construction industry, as a whole, has rallied around our communities to assist many homeowners in times of great need, disputes will inevitably arise. We have kept track of many common causes of issues that arise and propose a few best practices contractors should consider, not just in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, but in general. As always, we recommend that you consult with an experienced construction attorney prior to implementing new procedures.
Filing a claim against a bond may offer a subcontractor protection against both privately and publicly incurred debts. However, there are different rules for filing a bond claim on public property versus privately-owned property.
At The Cromeens Law Firm, PLLC, (TCLF) we pride ourselves on delivering the highest level of representation and customer service at all times to our clients, and your satisfaction with our services is very important to us.
As in most relationships, it's a two-way street. Without effective communication and mutual respect, most relationships will fail. The same is true when it comes to your relationship with your attorney. Your attorney-client relationship is an important partnership, which seeks to maximize the outcome in your favor.
The task of building or majorly renovating your dream home comes with both rewards and headaches. A common headache is seeing your home built with defective design and construction issues that your contractor refuses to fix.