New Jersey’s 3rd Circuit Addresses Construction Defect Coverage Law

January 5, 2011
Lexis Nexis Torts and Personal Injury Law Community - Randy Maniloff, Partner, White and Williams LLP

“I could sit here and tell you that construction defect litigation (and the consequential coverage litigation) is spiraling out of control. But if I did, I couldn’t put it as well as the California Court of Appeals did in a case issued earlier this year. Characterizing a construction company’s view of the current state of construction defect affairs issue, the court stated:‘It is not too much of an exaggeration to say that as soon as the last nail in a project is hammered and the keys are handed over to the homeowners, the ink on the first lawsuit over the construction of the homes is starting to dry.’”Read full article......


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