Hillsboro, TX asked in Construction Law, Consumer Law and Contracts for Texas

Q: what kind of lawyer do i need when acompany destroys your home & refuses to fix it?Thank you

I am trying to find someone that can help me with a legal matter. I am disabling physically & mentally. I had purchased flooring from a very well known company here in Texas . They came in removed my carpet & replaced with tile in April 2016. In June I noticed the tiles were lifting and the floors rising my electric wheelchair won’t go over the rolling of my floors now. You can see the ground below the house in the dining room. After many calls they sent an inspector he said I had moisture and it is my fault. So I had some people who do tile regularly they looked at the damage and said the subfloor was not prepped right. They said a under layment should have been used they looked a the cement/glue they used and said it was the problem but after arguing with them so many times my sister suggested contacting our local news station channel 10 news kwtx in Temple Texas. They came to the house and filmed they tried talking to the floor people to no avail. They argued with them too.

1 Lawyer Answer
Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing

A: Sounds like a contract lawyer who handles building/contractor disputes.

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