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Jun 25, 2017 by Brown Moore Law
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Designers, builders and owners of homes and commercial buildings are responsible for adhering to building codes and/or housing codes designed to protect inhabitants and visitors from injury. If you were injured in any type of residential or commercial property such as those listed below, you are encouraged to have your case evaluated by an experienced, proven-effective personal injury lawyer. Brown, Moore & Associates, PLLC, represents accident victims and families of fatal accident victims in cases involving various types of locations.
If your injury was the result of a building or housing defect, we may have your case evaluated by an expert witness such as an architect, builder, general contractor or building inspector. Authoritative experts may discover defects in the building or home where you suffered a serious or catastrophic injury, or lost a loved one in a fatal accident. Defects may include the following:
Building defect personal injury cases are very investigation-intensive cases to prove. Brown, Moore & Associates, PLLC, carefully evaluates potential building or housing defect injury cases to ensure that the expense of investigation is likely to yield a favorable outcome worth more than the costs of that investigation. If you should have a question about whether a building defect caused your injury it is important to consult an experienced attorney as soon as possible as victims only have a certain amount of time after completion of the defective construction in order to initiate legal action for their claims.
Talk to one of our Charlotte building/housing defect injuries lawyers about your injury or a family member’s injury in a home or building of any kind. Initial consultations are free. Our experience and knowledge may prove to be priceless to your family when we succeed at helping you obtain the compensation you need after a serious or catastrophic injury caused by a building or housing defect.
If you have additional questions after reviewing the information on our website, we invite you to contact our office to schedule a complimentary initial consultation. To make an appointment with a Charlotte premises liability attorney, call toll free 844-452-3688 or send us an e-mail.