Construction Law

Providing Complete Legal Services for Property Owners With Defective Construction Issues

If you have come across a construction defect in your property, you may be entitled to compensation.  That’s when Lauby Mankin & Lauby LLP can help.

Our Southern California attorneys have been practicing construction defect law in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Diego counties since 1998.  We have nearly a dozen lawyers on staff with the expertise to help you win your case.

Whether your problems were discovered during or after the construction of your house, condo, town home or small business facility, our legal team will fight for your rights as a property owner.

Construction and Housing Defects Can Show Up Right Away, or Many Years Later

Cheaper materials used without your consent or poor installation methods used many years ago may have led to issues you’re just now discovering.

Property owners have a time frame of 10 years to begin the legal process and seek damages against those who may have wronged them in the construction process.  But to do that with success, you will need an attorney who is well-versed in the legal intricacies unique to housing defect law.

Defective construction can show itself in many forms, such as:

  • Mold
  • Dry Rot
  • Leaky Roof
  • Soil and/or Sloping Issues
  • Faulty Water and Electrical Systems
  • Cracked Stucco
  • Broken/Cracked Tiles
  • Crumbling Foundation

Southern California Construction Defect Lawyers

If you suspect that you are victim to a housing or construction defect issue, contact Lauby, Mankin & Lauby today for a no-cost consultation on your issue, and we’ll help determine if you have a case.  You can reach us online or call our toll free phone number at 888-959-8508 to schedule a free discussion with an attorney on our construction defect litigation team. We may offer contingency fees, so you may not pay attorney fees unless you have recovered damages.

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