Bordentown, NJ asked in Civil Litigation, Construction Law and Consumer Law for New Jersey

Q: What type of attorney do I need to handle a solar company ? Our roof leaks into 3 rooms destroying our ceilings.

They have come out 4 times to fix the leaks without success. Now 3 rooms of damage done. We want panels off the roof, roof replaced and cancel our contract with loan company. E signed documents, and finance company did not tell us lean was put on our home. E signed documents for that as well.

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Leonard R. Boyer
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  • Clifton, NJ
  • Licensed in New Jersey

A: You need to retain experienced civil litigation who has handled many of this type of case. Under the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act (you can get triple damages plus attorney fees). It is extremely rare that a Home Improvement Contract will be in compliance with Home Improvement Contractor Act. But remember, you are always responsible for your legal fees at all times. With modern technology, there are no geographic boundaries to obtaining the best attorney you can afford.

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