The construction of our new pool has failed. The pool is leaking because of cracked skimmers, coping and tile is popping off and the pool is only a 1 year old. The rebar from the pool deck is hitting up against the coping of pool because the pool company failed to add proper expansion joints. During the pool construction there were ongoing issues, to many to list, but now we are left with structural pool repairs out of our own pocket and it's only been a year. I am open to any and all advice/suggestions to what type of attorney we should seek or if this is even a case to pursue.
Thank you in advance,
Quick reply - Pool Construction Gone Wrong:
You must show that the party you plan to sue failed to meet her contractual obligations. In law it means "breach of contract". In general, if the contractor fails to correct the situation on the first or second try, you have the right to hire another contractor to finish the project and sue the first contractor for damages. To sue the contractor, you will need a skilled construction attorney.
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