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Construction Law

Construction defect cases often involve a number of discrete legal causes of action, including Breach of Contract, Washington’s Consumer Protection Act, Washington’s Contractor’s Registration Statute, the Independent Duty Doctrine, as well as other legal and equitable issues.  The various statutes may provide for specific causes of action, attorneys fees, statutory damages, or other provisions, as well as dictate how a homeowner can go after a contractor’s bond, or a contractor can record a lien.

The laws that deal with these different issues can be very complex, and there are often technical requirements that must be adhered to or you may lose out on part or all of your claims. The process in Washington State to go after a contractor’s bond is also very specific and can be complicated without a construction defect lawyer. It is important that you talk to a knowledgeable attorney to protect yourself from being taken advantage of. And if you have already been taken advantage of, it is important that you do what is necessary to make sure you are compensated.

Some of the areas in which The Green Law Office, PLLC can help you are:

  • Claims and lawsuits against general and specialized contractors for construction defects;
  • Claims against contractor bonds;
  • Consumer Protection Act claims;
  • Recording or disputing claims of lien, on behalf of contractors, subcontractors, vendors, and owners.

Contact an experienced Spokane construction defect attorney at The Green Law Office to discuss your case today. 

Construction Law

Construction defect cases often involve a number of discrete legal causes of action, including Breach of Contract, Washington’s Consumer Protection Act, Washington’s Contractor’s Registration Statute, the Independent Duty Doctrine, as well as other legal and equitable issues.  The various statutes may provide for specific causes of action, attorneys fees, statutory damages, or other provisions, as well as dictate how a homeowner can go after a contractor’s bond, or a contractor can record a lien.

The laws that deal with these different issues can be very complex, and there are often technical requirements that must be adhered to or you may lose out on part or all of your claims. The process in Washington State to go after a contractor’s bond is also very specific and can be complicated without a construction defect lawyer. It is important that you talk to a knowledgeable attorney to protect yourself from being taken advantage of. And if you have already been taken advantage of, it is important that you do what is necessary to make sure you are compensated.

Some of the areas in which The Green Law Office, PLLC can help you are:

  • Claims and lawsuits against general and specialized contractors for construction defects;
  • Claims against contractor bonds;
  • Consumer Protection Act claims;
  • Recording or disputing claims of lien, on behalf of contractors, subcontractors, vendors, and owners.

Contact an experienced Spokane construction defect attorney at The Green Law Office to discuss your case today.