Top Ridgely Housing & Construction Defects Lawyers - Maryland

  • Led by the father and daughter team of Michael J. Jacobs and Melanie Jacobs Barney, Jacobs & Barney LLC provides high quality services in civil litigation and dispute resolution of simple and complex matters, at the trial and appellate court levels and in mediation and arbitration. Our approach in every case is to provide candid advice to clients about the strengths and weakness of their case...

  • In consumer protection, Social Security, DWI and car accidents, The Law Office of Philip E. Chalker is a leader in achieving the results clients want. Throughout Baltimore, Maryland, the firm handles cases that involve issues such as: • Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income • Landlord-tenant disputes, including evictions, and security deposits •...

  • A Tradition of Excellence Established in 1951 Located in Elkton, Maryland, Scott and Scott, P.A. is a family-owned law firm associated with a longstanding reputation for excellence. Since being established in 1951 by Doris P. Scott, the firm has been serving clients throughout Cecil County and the surrounding areas by obtaining top-tier results in legal transactions as well as civil and criminal...

  • At Lebovitz Law in Towson, Maryland, we focus primarily on family law. Why? Because we know that when our clients face the breakup of their marriages or are unable to visit with their children, they distressed about their personal situations and they are filled with nervousness, stress, trepidation and worry. We help explain the court process to resolve all divorce and child custody issues in...

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    At the Law Office of David M Wasser in Rockville, Maryland, we are fully committed to doing whatever we can to help you obtain the full amount of compensation you deserve for your injuries and losses caused by someone else's negligence or wrongdoing. Serving clients throughout Montgomery County and the surrounding areas of the greater Baltimore and Washington, D.C., metro regions, attorney David M...

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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