North Carolina Engineer Negligence Lawyers
Did An Engineer's Error Cause You Financial Damages?
Engineers working in North Carolina are required to meet rigorous education and testing standards for licensure. Hanging a framed certificate on their wall, however, does not absolve them from liability in the event of negligence that results in serious financial damages to the property owners relying on them for their expertise.
If you are a property owner or developer in North Carolina and retained the services of a licensed engineer in the field of electricity, HVAC, hydraulics, materials or physics and face property damage because of an error or oversight, you are entitled to sue for damages.
Call attorney Joel Rhine of Rhine Law Firm, P.C., in Wilmington. We have earned a reputation for aggressively representing plaintiffs seeking full and fair compensation for financial harm that often results from licensed professionals such as engineers, architects and contractors who don't hold themselves to the standards of their profession.
We Offer A No-Cost Consultation To Review Your Claim
It may be difficult to determine whether a licensed engineer is liable for a construction or design defect, or multiple parties may be found responsible. Start by sitting down with attorney Rhine to discuss the nature of your legal problem. We will investigate the circumstances and provide a full, clear explanation of how the law reads and what options are available for litigation.
First And Foremost, A Wilmington Engineer Negligence Attorney On Your Side
Call our offices in Wilmington toll free at (866) 772-9960 or (910) 772-9960 or send an email with a brief explanation of your legal matter. We will respond to set up a free case evaluation as soon as possible. Office hours 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Evening and weekend appointments also available.
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