Texas Defective Home Lawyer handles Texas Construction Defect Lawsuits Faulty Foundation, Defective Electric Wiring, and Leaky Plumbing Claims by Austin Texas Defective Home Lawyer Jason Coomer

Texas Defective Home lawyer, Jason Coomer, handles defective home, negligent builder, and construction defect lawsuits against negligent Texas residential builders. He handles faulty foundation, defective wiring and fire hazard, and other construction defect cases throughout the Austin area. In reviewing potential construction cases, he needs to know 1) the address of the home, 2) the type of construction defect that is causing the problems, 3) the approximate damage including repair cost and devaluation of home, 4) when the home was purchased, and 5) who built the home. He will also need to know if you have all the paperwork regarding the purchase of the home as well as a professional who has determined the extent of the defect.

If you have a house with a construction defect it is important to determine the extent of the defect and what damages the defect may cause. For more information on this topic, please feel free to contact Austin Texas Home Defect Lawyer Jason Coomer.

Texas Negligent Builder Lawyer

Texas Defect Home Lawsuits, Texas Construction Defect Lawsuits, and Texas Lemon Home Lawsuits Are Types of Texas Negligent Homebuilder Lawsuits

Building your dream home or purchasing a new home are dreams that many Texans have that unfortunately can turn into nightmares when a negligent homebuilder builds a house with a bad foundation causing the house to shift or fall apart, faulty wiring that causes a fire or an electrocution, or leaky plumbing that causes water to leak into the walls of the home causing water damage and mold problems. 

Many Texas home builders have been protected for years through the TRCC and builder friendly laws, that have prevented Texas homeowners from filing suit against negligent homebuilders.  Fortunately, changes in Texas law will finally allow some purchasers of faulty homes to seek compensation from negligent Texas homebuilders that have built faulty homes or lemon homes.

Texas Defect Home Claims and Abolishment of the Texas Residential Construction Commission

Texas has abolished the Texas Residential Construction Commission also known as the Builder Protection Act.  This Commission was created by Texas homebuilders to protect them from liability from construction defects and other negligent construction homebuilding techniques. 

The Commission was primarily made up of building industry insiders and was made a necessary step to go through prior to being able to file suit against a Texas Builder.  This step is no longer necessary and the TRCC now recommends that consumers that have defective homes, contact a Texas construction defect lawyer if they are having trouble with a negligent home builder. 

Traps for the First Time Home Buyer (Texas Faulty Foundations and Faulty Wiring Lawyer)

First time home buyers are especially vulnerable to toxic or defective homes.  First time home buyer often have to rely more on the expertise of a real estate agent or builder and can often get caught by a real estate agent or a builder that is more interested than a commission or making a profit than helping a buyer get a good home.

Many first time home buyers can get caught up in the emotions of buying their first home and do not understand that it is important to research the builder that they are buying from and to have an experienced home inspector inspect their potential new home for any major construction problems.  These construction problems often are hidden by the negligent builder, but an experienced home inspector combined with researching a builder can often uncover most major construction defects.

If you have been sold a home where the builder or seller has failed to disclose significant problems or even worse has painted over or hidden significant problems with the house, you may have a cause of action against the builder, seller and/or the real estate agents involved in the transaction. 

Texas Commercial Real Estate Lawsuits

Texas real estate lawyer, Jason Coomer handles commercial real estate matters including breach of commercial real estate contracts, failure to disclose claims, fraud claims, fire claims, water intrusion claims, commercial lease disputes, commercial litigation, dissolution of partnerships, joint venture disputes, construction law issues, commercial development disputes, and other commercial real estate issues.   

If you need a Texas commercial real estate lawyer or an Austin attorney, feel free to contact Austin real estate lawyer Jason Coomer.

Texas Defective Home Lawyer, Texas Lemon Home Lawyer, Texas Negligent Builder Lawyer, and Texas Construction Defect Lawyer

Austin Texas residential real estate lawyer Jason Coomer handles home defect claims where a builder, seller or real estate agent has hidden significant problems with a house.  He has also worked with San Antonio Defective Home Lawyers, Dallas Negligent Builder Lawyers, Houston Negligent Homebuilder Lawyers, and other Texas Lemon Home Lawyers in providing representation and advice on large fraudulent real estate transactions.  He is admitted to practice in both Texas State Court and in Federal Court (Western District of Texas) as well as has handled real estate arbitrations, mediations, and negotiations. 

As an Austin, Texas real estate lawyer he works with first time home buyers, investors, buyers, and other individuals to resolve residential real estate disputes.  He also works with other Texas Real Estate Lawyers in handling large commercial real estate litigation as well as other business law lawsuits. If you need an Austin Texas residential real estate lawyer or a Texas Faulty Home attorney, feel free to contact Austin Texas Home Defect Lawyer Jason Coomer.

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