There are times in winter when it feels like the rain never stops and I have to remind myself that rain is just a part of living in the Northwest. However, extended periods of rain is more than just a hassle for commuters. For homeowners that rain could yield water intrusion and damage to their home. It does not matter if you live in new construction or a classic house from the early 20th century, water can find a way in. Once water enters the home, it can lead to a number of problems including dry rot and mold.
They say that an ever-increasing percentage of marriages are ending in divorce. It shouldn't come as a surprise, then, that a large percentage of businesses do too.
Every year, Slinde Nelson Stanford handles many faulty construction claims in Portland that result from water intrusion, settling, or some other structural problem.
It's that time of year. It's the rainy season. For a Portland construction defect lawyer, that means clients are calling about water intrusion claims.
Not all litigation is created equally. To be sure, the phrase 'bet the farm litigation' refers to a very critical all-in type of case. But experienced business attorneys in Portland and Seattle know that life or death business cases are the exception rather than the rule. The best attorneys can tell the difference between those relatively rare but extreme cases and the far more common litigation that is more strategic in nature.