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The construction company many times gets away with their substandard work because many defects are not detected for years after their home or office was built and the construction company is no longer in business or, because you, the new home/office buyer, assume that these issues are just the result of wear and tear from living in Florida’s heat, humidity and rain. Thankfully Florida has specialized laws which provide recourse to protect us from these construction nightmares even if the issues are not detected for several years after the home or office is built and purchased. As you know from our prior articles on car crashes or slip and fall cases, documentation of your construction defect claim is extremely important. Gather your records showing when the home or commercial building was built and when you moved in; take photographs or videos; keep a journal of when you first noticed the issues; if you have contacted the construction company that built your home or office, keep copies of the communications or make detailed notes of the conversation; keep receipts for any repairs you may have made and, most importantly, call us at 1-800-332-1992 with your questions to see if you have a case. Consultations are FREE! You don’t want to go up against the construction industry alone!
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