How To Handle 'Failure To Disclose'
If you have purchased a home and a water problem has not been disclosed (see seller's disclosure statement), you may be entitled to compensation to pay for the work required to correct the issue.

What constitutes fraud is evidence of a pre-existing condition, which may be determined by one of our qualified experts.

If there appears to be a pre-existing condition, we will assist you in notification to persons and departments necesary for possible compensation. This process has been successfully completed in most cases without having to hire an attorney.


Collecting Compensation
Inspection completed by an expert in basement waterproofing.
Evidence that conditions exist which require immediate services because they may cause health problems, electric shock hazards, or potential severe structural damage such as the deterioration of the foundation.
Work to be completed by a reputable company.
Photographs and inspection and necessary reports to concerned parties.

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