Construction defect litigation is one of the fastest growing areas of construction law.  Threats of litigation concerning defectively performed construction work linger well after you have completed your work.  Moreover, these threats come not only from the client your performed the work for but also from third-parties that now occupy the structure.  If you are a contractors facing a claim that your work was defective performed or if you are an owner who has suffered damages because of defective construction, we can assist you.  Our recent and notable cases include:

Suit Filed on Behalf of Individual Homeowners In February 2016, Wally Zimolong filed suit in New Jersey state court on behalf of two homeowners against a stucco contractor that performed shoddy remediation work.  

Suit Filed on Behalf of 30 Unit Condominium Community.  In April 2016, Wally Zimolong filed suit in Pennsylvania state court on bahalf of a condominium association and against a roofing contractor who installed a roof deck on a building in Center City Philadelphia.  Suit was filed after it was discovered that the contractor was not licensed and did not obtain a building permit.

Suit Filed on Behalf of Individual Homeowners.  In December 2014, Wally Zimolong filed suit in Pennsylvania state court on behalf of two individual homeowners and against a national homebuilder for defects in the vinyl siding of the home.  The case resulted in a monetary settlement to the home owner. 

Suit Filed on Behalf of Individual Homeowners.  In December 2014, Wally Zimolong filed in suit in Pennsylvania state court against the developer and general contractor of a ten townhome community in South Philadelphia.  The case is scheduled for trial in the winter of 2016.

Suit Filed on Behalf of 100 Unit Condominium Community.  In February 2013, Wally Zimolong filed suit in Pennsylvania state court on behalf of a 100 unit condominium community in Philadelphia against the developer and the subcontractors that developed the community.  The suit has resulted in settlements with the developer and all but two of the subcontractors.  Trial is scheduled for October 2016.