Q: What type of Lawyer can help us with a bad Pool construction/install job?
We had a bad 24' round above ground salt water pool installed. The contract shows a 1 year warranty for workmanship. The owner refuses to contact us or remedy the defective pool construction. We paid over 10K and the pool is falling a part. The liner fell out within the first season, which was corrected by the owner once. The liner has come out again the opening of the 2nd season which he came out and agreed verbally to fix, but never did. The construction of the pool walls are crooked, the floor has impressions and sharp things pressing against the floor liner & hardware is rusting out. Since the 2nd season and now into the 3rd, after several attempts to contact the owner to no avail, he finally answered and refuses to fix anything. Is there anything we can do? I think we need a new pool
A: Unfortunately it sounds like the warranty has expired. You need to find a lawyer experienced with consumer cases and construction cases to review the contract you signed and get the specific facts from you. Unless you have proof of defects appearing in the first year and that you brought these defects to the attention of the contractor within that year and demanded repairs, you may not succeed in recovering anything.
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