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We know that contractor disputes can be a nightmare for homeowners. We understand the frustration and stress that comes with dealing with shoddy workmanship, faulty materials, unpermitted work, or building code violations. Disputes between homeowners and their contractors can cause all sorts of problems, and an unresolved contractor dispute can not only be a nightmare to work through, but it can even temporarily torpedo your property’s value.

With years of experience in real estate litigation, our attorneys have a proven track record of success in resolving even the most complex and contentious contractor disputes and the key to our success has been effective communication and collaboration with our clients. Our attorneys will work closely with you to develop a customized strategy that meets your needs and protects your legal rights while minimizing the impact on your life as you have already been through enough. From negotiating settlements to representing clients in court or alternative dispute resolution forums, we have the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve the best possible outcome.

If you're facing a contractor dispute, don't go it alone. Let LS Carlson Law help you navigate the legal system and get the justice you deserve. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how we can help you resolve your contractor dispute.

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When a contractor fails to complete the work they were hired to do, it can cause significant problems for homeowners. In California, homeowners have the right to terminate a contract if the contractor fails to perform, as long as they have given the contractor notice and a reasonable opportunity to cure the problem. At LS Carlson Law, we have successfully helped homeowners in cases where contractors failed to perform by negotiating settlements or taking legal action to recover damages.

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Poor workmanship can range from minor cosmetic issues to serious structural problems that can threaten the safety of the property. Homeowners have the right to expect work to be performed in a workmanlike manner, meaning it should meet industry standards and be free of defects. In California, homeowners have the right to sue for breach of contract or negligence if the contractor's poor workmanship causes damage to their property.

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If a contractor uses faulty or defective materials, it can cause significant problems for homeowners. In California, homeowners have the right to expect that materials used in their property will be free from defects and meet industry standards. Homeowners may have legal recourse against the contractor or the manufacturer of the faulty materials.

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If a contractor causes damage to a homeowner's property, they may be liable for the cost of repairs or replacement. In California, homeowners have the right to sue for damages if a contractor causes property damage.

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In California, homeowners are required to obtain permits for certain types of work, such as electrical or plumbing work. If a contractor performs work without a permit, it can cause significant problems for homeowners, including fines or penalties.

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Contractors are required to comply with building codes when performing work on a property. If a contractor violates building codes, it can cause significant problems for homeowners, including fines or penalties. In California, homeowners have the right to sue for damages if a contractor violates building codes.

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If a contractor engages in fraudulent behavior, such as misrepresenting their qualifications or intentionally misleading a homeowner, it can cause significant problems for homeowners. In California, homeowners have the right to sue for damages if a contractor engages in fraudulent behavior.

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If a contractor makes false or misleading statements about their qualifications or the work they will perform, it can cause significant problems for homeowners. In California, homeowners have the right to sue for damages if a contractor engages in misrepresentation.

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Contractors may place a mechanics lien on a homeowner's property if they are not paid for their work. However, if a contractor places a mechanics lien without legal grounds, it can cause significant problems for homeowners. In California, homeowners have the right to challenge an illegal mechanics lien.

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An Elite Strike Force in the Legal Industry

LS Carlson Law is proud to be considered an Elite Strike Force in the Legal Industry. We are comprised of battle-tested, highly skilled lawyers who operate with a single objective – to win.

Kirk Pearson, Esq.

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Phong Tran, Esq.

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Jeffrey Kominsky, Esq.

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David Lehr, Esq.

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Ryan Davies, Esq.

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Jessica Grau, Esq.

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Kevin Mueller, Esq.

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Joseph Sarnowski, Esq.

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Steven Shack, Esq.

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Michele Hobby, Esq.

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Linda Honey, Esq.

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Keith Lehman, Esq.

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Brian Park, Esq.

Senior Associate

Ahmet Brown, Esq.

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Richard Canada, Esq.

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Dana Castruita, Esq.

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Shelby Daws, Esq.

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Jayme Day, Esq.

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Kevin Hirsh, Esq.

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Jonathan Hodges, Esq.

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Stephanie Reyes, Esq.

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Irasema Rocha, Esq.

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Shawheen Shafizadeh, Esq.

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Nicholas Tomic, Esq.

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Justin Walley, Esq.

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Chris Xouleis, Esq.

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When you hire LS Carlson Law, you can be assured you’ll be getting an aggressive firm fully dedicated to achieving your legal objectives. Don’t take our word for it, we encourage you to take a look at the numerous five-star client reviews. If you are ready to end the nightmare with your contractor, call us now or fill out the form to set an appointment.

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