If so, you will want to work with an attorney who focuses on such areas and is knowledgeable about the unique complexities often involved.
With over 20 years of experience, Scott Levine can help you identify construction defects whether they are in a mid- or high-rise building or a single-family home. Scott Levine also offers expertise in other areas, representing business clients dealing with franchise, business, and employment disputes.
If you suspect there is a construction defect in your building or home, we can offer a thorough initial consultation, both identifying and examining the issue. We then work to answer all your questions and help you make an informed decision about proceeding forward. If you choose to pursue a construction defect case, you will first need to complete the pre-litigation process—one which we are very experienced in guiding our clients through.
Serving his clients as an advocate, counselor, and lawyer, Scott Levine has decades of experience in representing consumers, along with co-negotiating the Senate Bill 800—known as SB800 or the ‘Right to Repair’ bill which outlines pre-litigation procedures and offers standards that define construction defects.
Mr. Levine acted as one of the two primary attorney negotiators of the statute. With in-depth and firsthand knowledge of the bill, he knows how to help you win your case—and without delay.
If you see leaks or damages associated with a construction defect, it is important to take immediate action. We will listen to your needs and then fight to get the desired results, while protecting your legal rights. Call us now at 213-880-4585 for a free consultation.
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