If you are in the process of building a home or purchasing a Florida home built within the last ten years, Florida Real Estate Law and Florida Construction Law works in your favor to find a solution for any defects caused by sloppy workmanship or builder fault. Home owners who buy directly from a builder have the right to expect that everything in their new home is what was promised by the builder.
Barry Ansbacher, managing attorney at Ansbacher Law, is the only attorney in North Florida who holds the distinction of being Florida Bar Board Certified in both Construction Law and Real Estate Law, which means he is recognized as an expert in both construction law and real estate law by the state’s highest governing organization for Florida Lawyers. The lawyers at Ansbacher Law have recovered millions of dollars for homeowners with construction defects and have represented thousands of homeowners in construction defect cases.
If the home you are building or your new home is defective, the construction defect and litigation team at Ansbacher Law has the knowledge, experience, and proven track record to make sure the parties at fault are held responsible. If your case does not get settled in mediation, we are willing to go all the way and advocate for you in a court of law.
Call Ansbacher Law today at 904-737-4600 for additional information or to arrange a consultation for assistance with your construction contracts.
The Florida Building Code (Section 553.73, F.S.) replaced Florida’s patchwork of codes and regulations that were developed, amended, administered, and enforced by more than 400 local jurisdictions and state agencies with building code regulation responsibilities. The current Code is a single statewide code based on national model codes and consensus standards, amended for Florida specific needs for the design and construction of buildings. The Code is designed to make the local building process more efficient, increase accountability, bring new and safer products to the market, increase consumer confidence, and better protect the residents of this natural-disaster prone state.