As a construction defect mold attorney in San Diego, we handle hundreds of cases when homeowners have been adversely affected by toxic mold. In response, the State of California enacted comprehensive legislation to protect homeowners from defect construction. The California “Right of Repair Act” outlines standards of residential construction. If a developer, builder, contractor or subcontractor violates those standards they can be liable to you for the resulting damage. That damage can include things like:
You need to be diligent when it comes to defects. You cannot wait. In a recent decent California court decision, a defect found four years earlier was barred by the Right to Repair Act. When looking for construction defects you want to look at design defects, manufacturing defects, infrastructure defects, faulty building materials, defective installation, and poor workmanship just to name a few.
Construction defects can lead to moisture intrusion in your home. They can then resulting in elevated levels of mold, musty odors and other indoor environmental contaminants. These can be extremely hazardous to your health. Don’t try to go it alone. Your need experienced construction defect mold attorneys to battle large developers and insurance companies. These companies have almost unlimited resources to defend your claim of toxic mold exposure. Call one of our San Diego mold attorneys today at 619.615.0767. We have specialized in construction defect mold claims since 1976.