Most people assume that buying a new home means they will escape any stress and uncertainty relating to structural defects. Unfortunately, this is not the case for all purchasers. And it is in this area that Julieann specialises in; obtaining compensation for people who have brought new build homes with construction defects, which can include leaks, missing or inadequate fire protection, inadequate or no insulation, defective floors, mortar problems, risk of structural collapse, and defective roofs.
Julieann also advises and represents clients whose homes are suffering from disrepair. This can include damp, mould, leaks, poor heating, poor drainage to name but a few. Julieann has successfully forced many landlords to carry out repairs so that tenants no longer live in homes that are not fit for habitation.
Julieann has been fascinated with construction for as long as she can remember. Before becoming a Solicitor, she worked as an Architect Technician. She also holds a Masters in Construction Law and Practice.
When you speak to Julieann, you will immediately notice her relaxed, calm nature and personable approach. She builds long-term relationships with her clients and determinedly fights in their corner to achieve a fair result.