Phoenix Contractor Complaints Attorney
Construction Lawyers Serving Phoenix, Yuma, and Tucson
The Arizona Registrar of Contractors (ROC) is an administrative agency pressed to regulate the level of work contractors and subcontractors provide residents across the state. Unsatisfied homeowners can file a formal complaint with the ROC to investigate allegations of poor construction work.
At Schneider & Onofry, P.C., we offer legal services to homeowners and contractors involved in disputes over building code violations and construction defects. The attorneys at our law firm are prepared to guide clients through the administrative process, while seeking to mitigate the liability associated with formal complaints or spotty construction work.
Experienced. Efficient. Cost-Effective.
Contact us online or call 602-903-6853 for an initial consultation.
Our law firm's attorneys represent homeowners with serious construction concerns, including:
- Water damage
- Faulty roof work
- Defective drywall
- Foundational concerns
- Substandard workmanship
- Building code violations
We have more than 100 years of combined experience in construction law. Our legal team is prepared to advocate for our clients' best interests before the Arizona Registrar of Contractors to obtain compensation for the faulty work to be repaired.
In many circumstances, we consult general contractors, mechanical engineers, electrical engineers, and architects to determine the extent of damages associated with the poor construction work. We offer an aggressive, yet practical approach to seek additional compensation through negotiations, mediation, and when necessary, trial.
Defending Contractors and Subcontractors
At Schneider & Onofry, P.C., we understand that any complaint against you could destroy your reputation and your career. The attorneys at our law firm have the skills and tenacity to defend your work and your professional license.
We have extensive experience handling complaints before the Arizona Registrar of Contractors. Our legal team will help you act quickly if an inspection with the ROC puts your career at risk. We will work with industry experts to demonstrate that the poor work is associated with architectural or foundational errors, not faulty construction work. We will take the right steps to help you maintain your license.
To discuss your legal concerns with an experienced Arizona construction law attorney, contact Schneider & Onofry, P.C., by e-mail or call 602-903-6853 for an initial consultation.