Water Damage

Water damage, whether the result of roof leaks, plumbing leaks, stucco defects, grading, or flooding, can affect your structure, your personal property, and even your health.  Water damage can lead to mold contamination and bacterial contamination in your home.  For many years, our law firm has been handling cases involving water damage, its causes, and its effects.  Our experience in water damage matters allows our law firm to handle all aspects of your loss, from documenting the cause and origin of the water to engaging in environmental sampling for resulting mold or bacteria contamination, from homeowner's insurance claims to construction defect claims against the negligent builder and its subcontractors.  Our storied experience in the complex arena of water damage litigation allows our law firm to effectively assemble your claim for recovery against those responsible for causing the loss and your resulting damages.







Water intrusion often manifests itself on the ceilings of your home, whether the result of roof leaks or leaks from second floor plumbing pipes or fixtures, tubs, or shower surrounds.  The stains you see on your ceiling may be just the tip of the iceberg of your water damage problem.





Often, significant water damage lurks behind the drywall. Left unrepaired for 24-48 hours, water damage may lead to dangerous mold growth in the home. 

Let our experienced legal team get to the root of your water damage situation and help you fix it.  Our law firm has many years of experience in finding the source of the water intrusion, documenting the resulting damages, and pursuing responsible parties to recover the money you need to fix your home.  We hold accountable:

  • Home Builders and their Subcontactors
  • Commercial Property Builders
  • Property Owners
  • Property Managers
  • Environmental Professionals
  • Remediation Companies
  • Real Estate Professionals
  • Home Inspectors
  • Insurance Brokers
  • Homeowner's Insurance Companies
  • Renter's Insurance Companies
  • Employers
  • Banks and Trustees

Put our experienced and battle-tested legal team to work for you!  




Call us now at (702) 642-4200.

Email us now at jbalmer@balmerlawfirm.com.


Below are some examples of common areas of water intrusion due to improper construction: