Doing construction in a tight urban space can be tough, with very little space for moving people and heavy equipment around. It’s also tricky because demolition, digging, wrecking, and other jobs are all happening in close proximity to existing structures.
These situations carry the potential to cause serious damage to neighboring buildings and properties. That’s why most building departments require developers and construction companies to submit plans for how they intend to work without causing damage.
When these plans go awry, and you suffer damage from adjacent construction, you may want to contact an attorney to see if you are owed money.