During the first thirty to sixty days from the date of hiring us, Michael T. Chulak & Associates will do the following (at no cost to the association):
  1. Survey all association members in order to identify all defects and complaints and then prepare a comprehensive list based on the survey results;

  2. Arrange to have a licensed general contractor conduct a preliminary inspection of all interiors where a defect has been reported;

  3. Arrange to have a licensed general contractor conduct a preliminary inspection of all common areas;

  4. Obtain all recorded notices of completion;

  5. Complete a thorough review of the association's governing documents and files in order to analyze the case;

  6. Develop a preliminary budget for the association; and

  7. Meet with the Board of Directors upon completion of our evaluation to discuss our findings, recommendations and available options.
Associations should know their legal rights and not be misled or intimidated when attempting to seek redress for construction defects.  The attorneys with Michael T. Chulak & Associates, A Law Corporation, is available to assist you in this regard.  We are homeowner - consumer advocates.  There will be no charge for the initial consultation.  We are prepared to advance some or all of the costs of litigation and represent associations on a contingency basis. See our Construction Defects Glossary.
 

 

 


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