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768 St. Andrews Blvd.
Charleston, SC 29407 USA
WTC The Hague Business Center
Princes Margrietplantsoen 33
2595 AM The Hague, Netherlands
Seeking resolution of disputes arising from a construction, renovation, improvement, or repair project.
Disputes frequently arise in connection with construction projects. You entered into a construction agreement to have your dream house built, or you hired a trusted contractor to renew the building, to make repairs, or improvements. After the work is done, you notice leaks, cracks, electrical glitches, and all sorts of problems caused by the builder or contractors. These are common issues our clients encounter and contact us to deal with.
Buildings or homes that have construction defects experience problems such as:
Construction defects refer to legal claims related to an incident resulting in damage caused by another party in the context of the construction or repair of a building or home.
Knowles Law Firm handles residential and commercial construction defect claims and litigation relating to single-family residences, subdivisions, homeowner associations, condominiums, townhouses, apartments, condominium conversions, restaurants, and commercial office buildings.
Typically, a building or homeowner may have a claim against the builder, developer, or subcontractors, such as the framer, brick mason, roofer, siding installer, architect, or manufacturer of the products used in the construction of the building or home.
Knowles Law Firm practices in the Construction Litigation area and has already handled hundreds of cases against big contractors seeking compensation for homeowners.
If you or a loved one has encountered construction defects within your home or commercial building, you may be able to file a lawsuit to seek compensation for your damages.
Knowles Law Firm, PC will advocate for your rights.
768 St. Andrews Blvd. Charleston, SC 29407 USA
WTC The Hague Business Center Princes Margrietplantsoen 33 2595 AM The Hague, Netherlands