New Book by Barry Zalma
I am proud to announce:
Construction Defects: Litigation and Claims Guide
by Barry Zalma
Do you handle insurance claims for defective real property?
Are you involved in Construction Defect litigation?
Specialty Technical Publishers has a tool you need. Barry Zalma, the author of "Insurance Claims: A Comprehensive Guide" and "Mold: A Comprehensive Claims Guide," has developed a new work for everyone involved in construction defects claims or litigation.
This book "addresses a wide audience about an escalating-and expensive-problem." Barry Zalma, Esq., the internationally recognized insurance coverage and insurance claims expert, said. "This manual will prove useful for owners of defective or damaged real property in their quest to obtain and use the insurance protection for which they paid; for reputable builders, contractors, subcontractors, and other professionals who work in the construction industry; for insurance professionals handling claims; for attorneys representing a defendant or plaintiff in a construction defect suit, or anyone concerned with this devastating type of litigation."
The Construction Defect, Insurance Claims and Mold books are available from Specialty Technical Publishers, http://www.stpub.com/pubs/clg.htm or call 800-251-0381.
Barry Zalma, Esq., CFE
Barry Zalma, Inc.
4441 Sepulveda Boulevard
CULVER CITY CA 90230-4847
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