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  • What to Know Before Hiring a Construction Accident Attorney

    You’re on a construction site and—almost out of nowhere—a large beam knocks you out, leaving you unconscious and in pain. You’ve suffered a head wound and broken your leg in the fall, causing you to stay off your feet for the next few months. Workers’ compensation might help you to a certain extent, but should you incorporate a construction accident attorney to get what you deserve?

  • Rise of Construction Defect Claims and the Role of Expert Witnesses
      by HG.org

    Construction defect claims increase due to defective parts, materials, substances and similar concerns and have been on the rise since 2012. When the goal of the construction project is speed, there are many shortcuts taken that lead to injury and death for workers and those involved in the situation.

  • When to Contact a Construction Litigation Lawyer
      by HG.org

    Construction contracts may end in trouble or may be broken before the structure has been built. Many of these issues end in litigation, and this usually requires the assistance of a lawyer. Initially, a lawyer should be hired to ensure the contract signed by the person who may become the plaintiff is solid, clear of confusion or vague information and beneficial.

  • Legal Considerations when Purchasing a Bank-Owned Property
      by HG.org

    Pre-owned property is often overlooked for various reasons, but when someone buys the house or land again, there may be several defects. Additionally, these locations may be owned by the bank. This is especially true if there was a foreclosure. It is important to understand how these properties are different than when purchasing through a seller with a financing company backing the purchaser.

  • Falsification of Taxes and Real Estate Projects
      by HG.org

    Preparation of tax returns that are false or contain inconsistencies may lead to criminal charges. Real estate projects may be harmed from the illegal acts committed by some attempting to increase returns for clients through larger refunds and providing incorrect data to the Internal Revenue Service.

  • How Lawyers Assist in Construction Defect Cases
      by HG.org

    Defects occur so often as per specifications are not always followed, some machines break down, certain designs are not perfected and accidents happen. Because of these defects, constructed structures may have issues within walls, floors, through materials or with added items such as insulation.

  • What Can I do about Water Drainage on My Property Caused by the Adjourning Property?
      by HG.org

    Living in close proximity to others can cause some problems to arise. In some situations, a neighbor’s actions or lack of actions may be responsible for damages caused on their neighbor’s properties. Damage caused by water incorporates a number of complex rules and complications.

  • An Introduction to the Davis-Bacon Act

    Contractors working on Federal Projects typically must meet minimum wage requirements. Sometimes, the prevailing wages on Federal projects are higher than required on state public works projects or private project. It's important to know the minimum wage-rate prior to bidding on any government projects.

  • Mandatory Arbitration in Real Estate Disputes
      by HG.org

    Real estate deals often see conflict arising based on the factors of sellers and buyers not being able to resolve the matter between them. However, certain elements of the case may cause a mandatory arbitration being necessary. The most common form of mandatory procedures impacting a claim is state and federal laws pertaining to the issue at hand.

  • Understanding What a Real Estate Lien Is and Is Not
      by HG.org

    Many property owners have liens on their houses or land. While it is best to ensure these are not still active and have been paid off, that is not always possible for homeowners. Before the house may be sold, most liens must be removed.


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