Recently, the construction defect attorneys at the Steinberg Law firm settled a construction defect case for local homeowners for more than $200,000.

Case Result: Berkeley County, South Carolina Construction Defect Case Settles for More than $200,000

Recently, the construction defect attorneys at the Steinberg Law firm settled a construction defect case for local homeowners for more than $200,000. The home, located in Berkeley County, South Carolina,…

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Attorneys with the Steinberg Law Firm filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of the 322-unit owners

Myrtle Beach Condo Building Evacuated, Steinberg Law Firm Files Federal Class Action Lawsuit for Condo Owners

On October 7, residents of the Renaissance Tower in Myrtle Beach were evacuated after an engineer declared the tower unsafe. Less than two weeks later, attorneys with the Steinberg Law…

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New Rules For Condo Mortgages By Freddie Mac | Defects In Condo Buildings May Hold Up Sales Or Reduce Prices

With New Federal Requirements in Place, South Carolina Condo Owners May Face Lower Property Values and Difficulties Selling a Condo if a Building has Water Intrusion or Structural Problems

Stating that “in the aftermath of the collapse of the Champlain Towers South in Surfside, Florida, the risks of residential buildings with aging infrastructure and in need of Critical Repairs…

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South Carolina HOA Growth Expected In 2022 | Homeowner Associations Continue Rise During Housing Shortage SC

Modest Growth in New Condominiums and HOAs Expected for 2022

The number of new condominium communities and homeowners associations will increase by more than 5,000 in 2022 predicts the Foundation for Community Association Research, a research affiliate of the Community Associations…

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South Carolina Beach Home Construction Defect Lawyers | Local Charleston Renovation Contractor Sued

Case: Charleston Area Beach Front Home Reno Gone Wrong

Result: $265,000 A beautiful, beachfront home underwent significant renovation work in 2018, including a new, metal roof, cement fiberboard siding, windows, and new framing and waterproof surface for a deck….

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Who Are Largest U.S. Homebuilders? | South Carolina Home To Top Four Biggest Builders | Steinberg Law Firm

Who Are the Largest Homebuilders in the U.S.?

It is no surprise that many of the top names will be familiar to South Carolina residents. How many homes did they sell and how much money did they make?…

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South Carolina Retaining Wall Failure Attorneys | Building Defect Lawyers Goose Creek | Steinberg Law Firm

Multi-Million Dollar Retaining Wall Collapse a Lesson for South Carolina Homeowners’ Associations

A retaining wall collapse in Colorado serves as an extreme example of the costly problems created by improperly constructed retaining walls. In 2019, a section of retaining wall collapsed along…

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Window Problems Can Be Construction Defects | South Carolina Builder Lawsuit Attorney | Steinberg Law Firm

Building Basics: How Windows Work

South Carolina Construction Defect Lawyers Explain Window Problems All residential buildings have windows—the building codes require windows—, but those seemingly simply panes of glass are complicated components that let light…

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Can I Sue Home Warranty Company If They Refuse To Fix Problems? | Construction Defect Attorney | South Carolina | Steinberg Law Firm

Can I Sue My Home Warranty Company for Not Fixing Problems in My House?

Yes, you can sue your home warranty company for not fixing problems in your house. If you believe a construction problem in your home is covered by your home warranty,…

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South Carolina Home Growth Means More Construction Defect Cases | Builder Warranty Issues SC | Steinberg Law Firm

Exponential Construction Growth in South Carolina Will Lead to Future Construction Defect Claims

South Carolina law protects owners from construction defects regardless of what builder warranties provide. Unphased by the coronavirus, labor shortages, and material shortages, new home construction in South Carolina took…

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What is South Carolina Building Code? | Building Collapse Law Firm SC | Steinberg Law Firm

What is the Building Code in South Carolina?

Spend more than a few minutes around architects, engineers, or contractors, and you will likely hear references to the “building code.” If you get involved in a construction defect lawsuit, you will…

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Building Collapse Channel 5 News Interview | Attorney Elliotte Quinn | South Carolina Construction Defect Law Firm | Steinberg Law Firm

Steinberg Law Firm Construction Defect Attorney Interviewed on Live 5 News on Miami Condo Collapse and South Carolina Building Problems

Live 5 News in Charleston interviewed Steinberg Law Firm construction defect attorney Elliotte Quinn about the Champlain Towers South condominium building collapse outside Miami, Florida and the lessons for South…

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Attorney Elliotte Quinn Elected CAI Board Of Directors | South Carolina Construction Defect Lawyer | SC | Steinberg Law Firm

Attorney Elliotte Quinn Elected to South Carolina CAI Board of Directors

Steinberg Law Firm attorney Elliotte Quinn was recently elected to the Board of Directors of the South Carolina chapter of the Community Associations Institute. A long-time active member of the…

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Your Guide to Hurricane Preparedness

Your Guide to Hurricane Preparedness

The eastern seaboard is no stranger to hurricane season and the yearly preparation that comes with it. Yet as every storm passes, there are reports of local citizens getting caught…

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North Carolina Court of Appeals Issues Decision that a Townhome Owners Association Could Not Pursue Construction Defect Claims

A recent decision from the North Carolina Court of Appeals, Shearon Farms Townhome Owners Association II, Inc. v. Shearon Farms Development, LLC,[1] addresses who has the authority to bring construction…

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Coronavirus Slams Homebuilding Industry

The National Association of Home Builders reports that due to the coronavirus, homebuilder confidence suffered its largest ever one month decline in April.  Homebuilder confidence, as measured by the NAHB/Wells…

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Who are the nation’s largest homebuilders? How many homes do they build and how much money do they make?

Builder Online released its annual report of the largest homebuilders in the United States for 2019.  While the coronavirus pandemic will likely dampen homebuilder earnings for 2020, homebuilders posted large…

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Retaining Wall Failures and Construction Defect Claims

What is a retaining wall? A retaining wall is any vertical wall structure built to hold soil behind it and prevent that soil from moving.  A retaining wall allows the…

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