Earthquakes are extremely dangerous in some cases, especially when powerful. Homes and other structures need to be built to withstand any earthquake that takes place. Failing to consider the potential impacts of an earthquake could lead to catastrophic outcomes if the buildings cannot withstand the movement.
We have gone over some of the causes of construction disputes (such as problems related to a contract), and as a construction company owner, you may have encountered some of them firsthand. In this blog post, we will take a look at disagreements that arise over site conditions, a potentially serious problem that can lead to significant challenges which may even derail a construction project altogether. As the owner of a construction company, you should approach these situations with extreme caution, not only to protect your financial interests but to protect the reputation of your business as well.
Your insurance policy is a contract, and just as with any other legally binding contract in California, both parties must adhere to the terms. However, when it comes to insurance settlements, there may seem to be a lot of gray areas in regard to how much the company must pay in order to treat you fairly. According to the California Department of Insurance, there are state standards to ensure that you receive a fair settlement.
Buying a home in California is exciting, and you have a place you and your family can make your own. However, if you discover a defect after you move in this can ruin the enjoyment. Construction defects come in all forms, and it is important to take action as soon as you discover a problem.