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Below is a page from The Miller Law Firm's web page. I highly recommend anyone looking to buy a home or anyone with a defective home to spend some time on their website. There is a wealth of information

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The Miller Law Firm is nationally recognized and has helped homeowners and community associations recover over $400 million for construction defect claims. Our firm and our clients have been featured in newspapers and television stories on defects across the country, including The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Nevada Sun, The Arizona Republic, The Oregon Business Journal, The Washington Post, The San Francisco Chronicle and National Geographic Television.

Helping people to understand that there is a viable alternative to faulty construction and that they can make their homes safe and sound is the focus of The Miller Law Firm. Thomas E. Miller and Rachel M. Miller are the first to publish a national guide, "Home and Condo Defects: A Consumer Guide to Faulty Construction," (2001). They are also the authors of the only legal treatise referred to by the California Supreme Court, currently in its third edition: "Handling Construction Defect Claims: Western States," (1986, 1993 & 1999). Thomas E. Miller has instructed courses on construction defects at major universities including Arizona State University, University of Nevada Las Vegas, University of California Irvine and California State University Long Beach.

With offices in Newport Beach, San Francisco, Phoenix and Las Vegas, The Miller Law Firm also consults with homeowners associations across the country, including Washington, Oregon and Florida, in affiliation with local licensed counsel.

The Miller Law Firm provides its clients with the highest standards of representation. We will spare no effort to efficiently conclude our clients' cases with leading resources, expertise, and collective experience. We accomplish our mission through the dedication and excellence of our team members who put our clients' interests first and employ the most innovative approaches to successfully resolve construction defect cases.

Our staff is active in the dialogue that shapes the construction defects industry. We regularly present our ideas at local and national conferences. This office is committed to educating homeowners and property managers on the complex process of resolving construction defect claims.

Maintaining Practical Outlook On Repair
When Mary Chlopecki and her husband moved into their home in Falls Church last fall, they expected to make a few repairs.
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Steps to take before and after accepting the keys

Before taking possession of a new home, check that upgrades or specially selected components such as cabinetry, hardware and flooring have been installed.
Read more in Online Press.

Airtight homes eyed as mold issues grow

Some say energy- efficient construction, popular since the '70s, is the culprit. Others say homeowner habits cause the problem.
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Not always perfect

Thinking of buying a newly constructed home? Be prepared to do some research.
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J.D. Power breaks San Diego out of the pack in customer satisfaction rankings

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the best home builder of them all?
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Broken Homes - The American Dream Turns Nightmare

The Valley's construction boom has left some contractors shorthanded and settling for cheap materials and cheaper subcontractors.
Read more in Online Press.

Thomas E. Miller to Teach "Nevada Construction Defect and Mold Claims" - CE 2851
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Construction Defects

Consumer Guide

"An invaluable handbook for homeowners with defective housing whom are litigating or considering litigation. To date, a trial of our peers is still the most effective and propounding method of holding bad builders accountable."
--Sandy Skipper-Lopez, National Director, Homeowners Against Deficient Dwellings, Inc.

"As the Attorney General of California, I have a great interest in protecting the general public from faulty residential construction. Your new consumer guide provides homeowners with a wealth of information."
--Bill Lockyer, Attorney General, State of California

"This consumer guide is an important resource for protecting home values from the devastating effects of faulty construction. A home is a person's single largest investment. This book can help protect home and condominium owners who are faced with construction defects."
--Harvey Rosenfield, Consumer Advocate

Thomas E. Miller and Rachel M. Miller
Thomas E. Miller and
Rachel M. Miller