Utah Construction Defects Attorneys – Heideman, McKay, Heugly, L.L.C.
Construction Law Litigation Lawyers
In the event a client requires representation with respect to construction-related matters (including zoning issues, liens, construction defects, etc.), the law firm of Heideman, McKay, Heugly, L.L.C. is prepared to effectively assist sellers, buyers, contractors, and subcontractors with any aspect of residential or commercial development and construction. To schedule a consultation, contact HMH Law.
One client of Heideman, McKay, Heugly, L.L.C. was in the process of renovating his house in preparation to sell it when he discovered serious defects with the general structure of the home. Lawyers of Heideman, McKay, Heugly, L.L.C. were able to show that these poor conditions were the direct result of the negligence of the original contractor who built the house. In another case, the Firm successfully represented a buyer in a lawsuit against the seller for fraudulent nondisclosure of a material defect in the home’s driveway.
Heideman, McKay, Heugly, L.L.C. is prepared to represent homeowners and commercial building owners who discover material defects in the construction of their homes and buildings. Additionally, there are times when contractors and subcontractors are unfairly blamed for alleged defects. In such cases, our Firm is eager to successfully defend against unfounded claims. Heideman, McKay, Heugly, L.L.C. is also willing to represent private individuals and companies against governmental entities and multinational corporations. Among other things, our Firm represents clients dealing with the following concerns:
- design deficiencies
- material deficiencies
- substandard workmanship
- substandard foundations
- improper quantities, dimensions, spacing, or tying of rebar in concrete
- improper footings
- improperly attached fasteners or floor joists
- substandard concrete, not up to Utah regional codes
- subsurface / geotechnical problems
- drainage problems
- substandard mechanical materials (piping, duct work, ventilation)
- failure to install and test electrical and fire safety equipment
- failure to build roofs to code to be able to withstand wind
- shoddy installation of stucco exteriors
To schedule a consultation regarding a loss caused by a construction defect, contact Heideman, McKay, Heugly, L.L.C.