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Effects of Negligent Architects on Your Property

When you are designing your commercial or residential property, you expect the architect you hire to fulfill certain duties in order to ensure the safety of you and your family. Architects should be professional and highly skilled individuals, and as such they all have a duty to their clients to provide competent services.

As architects are responsible for the design of homes and commercial buildings, they are part of the foundation of real estate. When their negligence causes damage to the property, the costs of repair can be tremendous. For most homeowners, the unexpected costs can be financially devastating and cause other hardships on a family. Moreover, the defects that architects are capable of creating can also cause catastrophic injuries or death to the residence of a home when they lead to collapses or structural issues.

Types of Architect Negligence

Architect negligence is a serious problem than can be dangerous for the residents and guests of a home or business. Some of the most common forms of negligence by an architect include:

  • Poor design
  • Badly drawn plans
  • Inappropriate recommendations for materials
  • Inadequate project management

By hiring a real estate litigation attorney, you may be able to secure damages that will repair the mistakes that your negligent architect caused. After investing time and money, you deserve to have the building or home that you intended to purchase.

Contact Real Estate Litigation Attorneys in Fort Worth

You entrusted a professional architect with the construction and safety of your home. The real estate litigation lawyers at Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C., understand how frustrating and financially stressful it is to repair the house that your family relies on for shelter. Call (214) 824-1414 today for more information on how our Fort Worth team can help you pursue compensation to build a better home.

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