7 Step Guide to Making

Construction Defect Claims

For Retirement and Long-Term Care Facilities

Are you facing expensive setbacks due to defective materials, poor workmanship, or flawed designs at your Retirement or Long-Term Care Facility?

You have the right to recover costs of repair.

As the largest generation in history enters retirement, for-profit and nonprofit retirement communities and long-term care facilities are cropping up all over the state. Proper construction is crucial, as these communities house our mothers, our fathers, and perhaps at some point, ourselves. Unforunately, busy architects, engineers, and general contractors are working faster to meet this growing demand – encouraging them to cut corners and causing careless mistakes.

The resulting construction defects can shorten the lifespan of your building, make for an uncomfortable environment for residents, and add unnecessary heating and cooling costs to already tight budgets. The good news is if you're facing the consequences of defective construction due to the negligence of general contractors, architects, materials manufacturers, engineers, or other construction professionals, you can recover costs of repair and/or increased maintenance.

Retirement Facility Construction Defect Claims

What's in the eBook?

  • Common Types of
    Construction Defects
  • Property Types and
    Statutes of Limitations
  • 7 Steps to a Successful
    Construction Defects Claim
  • The Owner’s
  • Costs
    and Repairs
“A successful construction defects claim can help recover costs of repair for property owners for excessive energy bills, repair costs, property damage, and diminished property value. These important claims also help set the industry standard, enhancing building codes and legal requirements to ensure safe, secure, and fair construction practices for everyone.”

A Retirement or Long-Term Care Facility Owner’s
Quick and Easy Reference Guide for

  • 1

    Legal rights of Texas property
    owners and public entities

  • 2

    Basics of Texas
    construction law

  • 3

    Steps to pursue a
    construction dispute claim

  • 4

    How to maximize your recovery for
    costs of repair and other damages

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