Have you suffered an injury or a financial loss due to the negligence of an architect, building contractor, or engineer? Expert professional malpractice attorney George G. Romain can help.
Examples of Architect, Building Contractor, & Engineer Malpractice
Professional malpractice on the part of architects, building contractors, and engineers can take many forms, but some of the most common include:
- Creating safety or zoning violations
- Using the wrong materials
- Missing deadlines
- Deliberately understating costs
- Failing to ensure structural integrity
Seeking Compensation for Building Contractor Malpractice
Malpractice suits against building construction and design professionals can be brought on personal injury claims or on breach of contract claims. For example, if an engineer miscalculates the load-bearing capacity of a balcony and it collapses, resulting in serious injuries like brain injuries or spinal cord injuries, a personal injury claim could be brought. If a building contractor fails to use the correct materials, resulting in shoddy work that must be redone, a breach of contract claim could be brought. The key to seeking compensation for these types of losses in court is proving that the professional’s mistakes constitute malpractice. As an experienced southern California building contractor malpractice attorney, George G. Romain can engage industry professionals to analyze the facts of your case and determine which mistakes may be considered malpractice and how much compensation you may be entitled to.
Why Choose George G. Romain as your Building Contractor Malpractice Attorney
Malpractice cases involving architects, building contractors, and engineers can be complicated, so you will definitely want an expert southern California building contractor malpractice attorney on your side. George G. Romain is a particularly good choice because he has 20+ years of successful trial experience under his belt. He holds himself to the highest standards of ethics and will discuss the merits of your case with you frankly and honestly. The process starts with a free initial phone consultation, and if your case has merit we will immediately get to work gathering the evidence needed to further your claim. Because we work on a contingency fee basis, you won’t have to pay a cent until we win you a settlement. Call today to schedule your free consultation.