How to Choose a Lawyer for Home Inspectors

Legal Counsel, Questions Inspectors Should Ask

Written by Nick Gromicko
Updated over a week ago

How to Choose a Lawyer for Home Inspectors

As a home inspector, there will be times when you’ll need legal counsel.  You may need advice on forming a business, want help with a contract, or require assistance in defending yourself against a lawsuit.  Here are some tips for how to choose the best lawyer for your situation.

Attorney Joe Denneler's Opinion on Choosing a Lawyer for Inspectors

The bulk of legal work inspectors need relates to claims. Inspectors need an established litigator. As far as how to select a litigation attorney, the following questions should apply.

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