Construction defect claims have become more and more prevalent over the last 20-30 years for a number of reasons.
Building Codes have been in existence since 1750 B.C. providing for requirements for construction methods.
A form of economic loss typically associated with a variety of issues during the construction of new commercial properties.
Fire damage to a home or commercial building presents one of the most difficult and challenging claims that can occur to a structure.
Flood is water damage, but the type of loss can be very different depending on the type of flooding a property receives.
Hailstorms vary greatly in their effects, and have been known to cause between $500 and one billion dollars worth of damage.
Complete specializes in hurricane damage assessment, forensic engineering and large loss complex claim disputes.
The challenges associated with land use can make or break successful development before the first shovel breaks ground.
Personal injury claims often involve careful review of the relevant codes, as well as assessing modifications and maintenance.
RCV vs. ACV involves determining the actual cash value of a building component or contents during the adjustment or appraisal of a loss.
Tornado damage to structures and property presents a host of challenges in appraisal and resolving claims in mediation.
Water damage is at the root of many different types of losses and is prevalent in many types of claims and restoration.