Defects from Repair Projects

 Where HOAs And COAs Turn For Help With Repair-Related Construction Defects

Condominium owners associations (COAs) and homeowners associations (HOAs) have important responsibilities. Among other things, they must address repairs and remediation work that can affect the entire community. These necessary projects can give rise to costly disputes when something goes wrong. Multiple parties may be involved, including not only individual owners who may be unhappy with the work but also contractors and suppliers.

You can minimize the risk of disputes and defects by approaching these projects with the guidance of a knowledgeable attorney. Likewise, when potential construction defects arise, experienced legal guidance is critical for avoiding further headaches.

How We Help Community Associations, HOAs, And COAs Solve Problems
At Tannenbaum Scro, we are well-versed in Florida construction defect law, particularly as it affects community associations. You can benefit from our 30-plus years of experience and in-depth industry knowledge. Our attorneys have secured positive results in multimillion-dollar construction defect cases. With strengths in negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and litigation, we offer guidance on avoiding construction defects in the first place, identifying any defects in a prompt manner and pursuing favorable outcomes once defects have arisen.

You can count on our proven skill at resolving high-stakes disputes in a creative, cost-effective manner.

With offices in Sarasota, St. Petersburg, Fort Myers, and Orlando, we represent COAs, HOAs and association managers throughout Florida. Our legal team can help you address all aspects of the project, including:

Choosing reputable contractors: Unfortunately, there are far too many unscrupulous and incompetent contractors who won't hesitate to take your money and then fail to deliver. Vetting contractors is a critical step in avoiding the headache of construction defects. Our lawyers can help you choose reputable contractors for your repair, renovation or remediation project. We're very familiar with the Florida construction industry.

Vetting construction contracts: When it comes to major projects, solid construction contracts are the foundation for success. Our lawyers can help ensure that the contracts outline clear expectations, align with your vision and goals, and provide strong legal protections in the event of a dispute or defect.

Preparing meticulous documentation: If a construction defect should arise, thorough documentation – including detailed "before and after" photos, inspection reports and the like – are essential for building a strong case.

Helping you enlist the right inspector: For major projects, having a trusted, independent inspector review the completed work is essential for identifying any defects promptly. We can connect you with a trusted expert who has the right credentials, background, and experience specific to your type of project.

Get Started With A Consultation
To contact our lawyers, please call our Sarasota office at 941-316-0111 or toll-free at 888-883-9441. We also offer appointments at our offices in St. Petersburg, Orlando, and Fort Myers, and our team works with community associations statewide.

Sarasota

Main Office
1990 Main Street
Suite 725
Sarasota, FL 34236
Map & Directions
941-316-0111
888-883-9441
941-316-0515 Fax

Osprey

Main Office
614 S. Tamiami Trail
Osprey, FL 34229

Map & Directions
941-244-0098

Orlando

Branch Office
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
214 S. Lucerne Circle East
Orlando, FL 32801
888-883-9441

Clearwater

Branch Office
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4600 140th Avenue North
Suite 180
Clearwater, FL 33762
888-883-9441

Fort Myers

Branch Office
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1415 Dean Street
Suite 100
Fort Myers, FL 33901
888-883-9441

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