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Top New Preston Marble Dale Housing & Construction Defects Lawyers - Connecticut

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    Cramer & Anderson is the largest law firm in northwestern Connecticut, with an experienced team of caring and highly engaged attorneys who provide a comprehensive range of services in nearly 20 Practice Areas, including Personal Injury, Elder Law, Estate Planning, Probate & Trust Administration, Divorce & Family Law, Real Estate, and much more. Our team of attorneys consistently...

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  • Representing the needs and interests of a diverse range of businesses throughout Connecticut, the attorneys at Ciulla & Donofrio, LLP, in North Haven, Connecticut, provide exceptional, value-added counsel and support to financial institutions, municipalities, insurance companies, utility providers, technology firms, construction contractors, professional practices and businesses in other...

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  • Serving The Businesses And Residents Of Connecticut For Over 50 Years Originally established in 1964, the law firm of Gregory and Adams, P.C., in Wilton, Connecticut, offers quality, comprehensive legal services and representation in a variety of practice areas in order to meet the needs of a diverse client base. Serving individuals and families as well as businesses of all sizes throughout...

  • Successful Solutions for Challenging Legal Issues At Hurwitz Sagarin Slossberg & Knuff, a Connecticut general practice litigation firm, attorneys are respected for their record of resolving particularly challenging cases effectively and economically through the use of creative strategies. The firm's lawyers are accomplished and well recognized for their representation on behalf of clients in...

Need help with a Housing and Construction Defects matter?

You've come to the right place.  If you own property, a housing and construction defect attorney can help with problems discovered during or after construction.

Construction defect attorneys handle structural engineering defects (e.g., leaky roofs and dry rot) and contractual disputes (e.g., excessive costs of construction materials and labor and the use of defective materials).

Use FindLaw to hire a local housing and construction defects attorney if you suspect defective construction of your property.

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Comfort Level - Are you comfortable telling the lawyer personal information?  Does the lawyer seem interested in solving your problem?
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  • What are your fees and costs?
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  • Determine the seriousness of complaints/issues which could range from late bar fees to more serious issues requiring disciplinary action.