San Antonio Construction Defect Attorney

At the Law Offices of Bruce J. Mery, J.D., M.B.A., in San Antonio, Texas, we protect owners of newly built homes, condominiums, apartment buildings, businesses and other structures by providing experienced and knowledgeable legal counsel in construction defect litigation.

Resolving a claim against a developer, design professional, contractor or subcontractor is a complicated matter. The property owner is faced with having to learn complex construction principles as well as legal guidelines regarding construction defects. Our San Antonio construction defect lawyer handles all of that for you.

Some of the most common defects found in homes and other buildings are improperly installed windows, doors and roofs, missing or improperly installed fire stops and shear walls, defective concrete, inadequate insulation, improperly installed electrical and plumbing systems and inadequately fastened roofing members.

We work with engineers, electrical contractors, plumbers, architects, builders and other experts who can provide authoritative testimonial about your construction defect claim and offer the kind of information necessary to strengthen your case. We have successfully represented homeowners and business owners in these cases for more than 32 years.

A Construction Litigation Attorney Who Gets Results

We always attempt to resolve cases efficiently and cost-effectively through negotiation. However, when necessary and appropriate, we will take cases to trial when a fair settlement cannot be reached.

Unlike larger firms that plow through hundreds of cases with help from legal assistants, our experienced attorney works on every case from start to finish. As a result, he is thoroughly familiar with every facet of your case and prepared for negotiations or a trial. We do get out-prepared.

We have worked on a wide variety of construction defect cases, including claims for structural damage to foundation systems and floors, water damage due to roof and window leaks, concrete and asphalt damage due to improper installation, drainage and design defects.

It is important to contact a lawyer as soon as possible after discovering construction defects in order to protect against the expiration of a warranty. If you have questions about a construction defect claim, we offer a free consultation in which we can assess the facts of your case and recommend the next steps to take.

We take construction defects cases on a contingency fee basis, which means you do not pay for our legal services unless we are successful in getting a recovery for you, either through litigation or a judgment. Call 210-614-6400 or email us to schedule an appointment.