Video FAQ:

What kinds of damages can be recovered in a construction defect case?

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The primary measure of damages in a construction defect case is the cost of putting the building back in the condition that it should have been, had it been constructed properly, what we call the cost of repair. In addition, you can recover out of pocket repair costs that you should not have incurred had it been built properly. You can also recover certain costs and fees that are associated with processing the litigation claim.