December 16, 2004 |

Construction Defect, Fraud

Our client had retained a contractor to build a single-family residence. The contractor not only failed to properly complete the construction, but he also emotionally abused the clients and utilized fraudulent accounting procedures in order to demand additional funds. The contractor placed a lien for over $100,000 on the client’s property. We pursued the matter through litigation and ultimately obtained a settlement of $450,000 in favor of our client. I have represented clients, both as plaintiff and defendant, in several other construction defect matters.