Arizona Construction Defects

Arizona Construction Defects Attorneys

Is your new home making your family sick?
Are common areas in your development failing?
Has expanding soil sent cracks through your foundation?

Reach out to the construction contract lawyers at Burg Simpson Arizona right away. Construction defect disagreements are often incredibly complex and can drag on for years. Fill out this FREE Case Evaluation form here before it is too late or give us a call at 602-777-7000.

OUR ARIZONA CONSTRUCTION DEFECTS ATTORNEYS SPECIALIZE IN:

Building Exterior Defects
Failing Infrastructures
Improper Soil Analysis
Material Malfunctions
Negligent Construction
Serious Personal Injury
Arizona Construction Defects Attorneys

With four decades of experience, Burg Simpson is a nationwide leader in construction defects law. We have worked with individual home-buyers, homeowner associations, insurance carriers, and developers to explore their cases and fight for their legal rights. If you need guidance with your case, our lawyers in Phoenix are here to help!

WHAT ARE CONSTRUCTION DEFECTS?

Most of the time, construction defects – whether they are residential or commercial – are a result of poor workmanship, careless construction, defective materials, improper site selection or preparation and more. Burg Simpson’s Arizona office specializes in construction defects mediation and litigation.

Construction defects typically show up in one of two ways:

Patent defects: These are flaws that are obvious or visible.
Latent defects: These flaws are not noticeable, are not visible, or do not appear until much later.

Construction defects range from costly structural issues such as a cracked foundation to relatively simple concerns such as poorly installed kitchen cabinetry. The construction defect attorneys at Burg Simpson have been fighting for homeowners and homeowner associations for over 40 years – in Arizona and across the country. If you need an experienced construction litigation attorney, call us now at 602-777-7000 or fill out our Free Case Evaluation form as soon as possible.

WE REPRESENT INDIVIDUAL HOMEOWNERS

Buying a home is more than just another big-ticket purchase – it is a lifelong investment for you and your family. Because of that, we think it is only fair that you get what you have worked so hard to pay for. We are a nationally recognized leader in construction defects. Each Phoenix construction lawyer at Burg Simpson has effectively represented thousands of homeowners over the years.

What most homeowners do not understand is that you do not have to be the original homeowner to file a suit against a builder or developer, as is often the case with latent construction defects. In fact, you could potentially have a claim against other parties involved in the home building process.

As part of our representation, we work diligently to get construction defects fixed permanently. We do not believe in quick fixes. Burg Simpson Arizona works with our clients to enlist skilled professionals to assess the construction flaws, evaluate repair options, and evaluate the repair or replacement costs involved. Because these cases can be so time-consuming, we also work with homeowners in the event there are any emergency repairs that need to be addressed before a final resolution is reached.

If you would like to discuss the specifics of your case, contact our attorneys in Phoenix, Arizona today at 602-777-7000 or complete a FREE Case Evaluation form here.

WE ALSO REPRESENT HOMEOWNER ASSOCIATIONS

While a new residential development is being built – and for months or even years after they are completed – developers run the new homeowner associations. One of their priorities, while they are in charge, is to keep repair costs to a minimum. And all-too-often, when the residents ultimately wrest control of the associations from the developers, they discover a laundry list of repairs that need to be made, along with the associated costs.

We have experience working with homeowner associations to help them hire trained construction professionals to examine the problems and affect the necessary repairs. Our construction litigation lawyers in Arizona also work with our clients in an attempt to negotiate settlements with builders and developers when issues arise. These negotiations are almost always a better, more cost-effective way of resolving construction defect issues.  Unfortunately, that does not always work. And when it doesn’t, we will not hesitate to pursue a case all the way to a courtroom.

IS THERE A TIME LIMIT WITH CONSTRUCTION DEFECT CASES?

Lawmakers in several states across the country have been wrestling with construction defects laws for decades. It is a tricky balancing act, weighing the needs of developers against consumer protections. For several years now, homeowners’ rights have been under attack.

Time is always critical in these cases. Our Phoenix construction defect lawyers have decades of experience handling construction defect cases and are well versed in the laws. We have fought for homeowner’s rights against developers, builders, and even building material manufacturers. Burg Simpson is here to help you fight back.

If you have identified structural issues in your home or prematurely decaying infrastructure in your community, get in touch with a Burg Simpson construction law attorney before time runs out. Call us today at 602-777-7000 or fill out our free case evaluation form now.

Michael Burg body broker interview

 March 19, 2019

Inside Edition Interviews Michael Burg on Body Broker Case

Esteemed founding shareholder Michael Burg explained the details of a body broker case in Arizona brought by several families against Biological Resource Center, Inc. and its owner, Steve Gore. In this terrible case, the families donating their deceased loved ones’ bodies to scientific research did not realize the company intended to dismember the corpse and… Read more »

Bolye, Nelson

 March 18, 2019

Colorado Supreme Court Refuses to Take Up Wal-Mart’s Challenge to the Collateral Source Rule

Colorado Supreme Court Refuses to Take Up Wal-Mart’s Challenge to the Collateral Source Rule In the 2018 case of Forfar v. Wal-Mart, 2018 COA 125, Burg Simpson Attorney Nelson Boyle won an important appeal on behalf of Burg Simpson’s client Robert Forfar. Mr. Fofar was represented at trial by several attorneys at the Paul Wilkinson… Read more »

Michael Burg on KHOW

 March 15, 2019

Michael Burg on KHOW Talk Radio: Your Money, Your Retirement, on Saturday, March 16th at 2 pm.

Michael S. Burg, the founding shareholder at the law firm of Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine, will be appearing on the weekly talk radio show, Your Money, Your Retirement on Saturday, March 16th at 2 pm. Mr. Burg will be a guest of co-host Tim Smile on KHOW radio. Michael Burg will be discussing… Read more »

 March 11, 2019

Burg Simpson Presents Awards to the 2019 Scholarship Competition Winners!

     Each year, Burg Simpson awards college scholarships to the graduating high school seniors who win our essay competition regarding the importance of the U.S. civil jury system, and how it is being threatened. The annual Burg Simpson Scholarship Competition is an outstanding opportunity for high school seniors to obtain additional funds for college,… Read more »

Defective Aluminum–Clad Windows Mean Trouble for Homeowners

 July 8, 2016

Defective Aluminum–Clad Windows Mean Trouble for Homeowners

When you buy or build a home you don’t expect your windows to be defective. Thousands of homeowners nationwide, however, may have defective aluminum-clad windows installed in their homes. Unfortunately, many of these homeowners are in the dark about the cause of their problem until after spending thousands of dollars replacing windows they shouldn’t have… Read more »

Ring of Fire: The Nationwide Water Crisis

 February 18, 2016

Ring of Fire: The Nationwide Water Crisis

Contaminated water is not limited to drinking water in Flint, Michigan. Michael Burg talks with Ring of Fire host Farron Cousins about the nationwide problem. Even though there has been a ban on lead pipes, nothing has been done to replace those pipes in many communities across the country.

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