Cutting Into Forensic Remodeling

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This list of tips helps remodelers break into forensic remodeling business.

May 01, 1999

Attorneys know the law, but they often need a professional remodeler to guide them through the building process. Here are some helpful hints for those interested in a foray into forensic remodeling:

 

  • Be aware of opportunities. You’ve probably already had requests from clients to supply an attorney with remodeling repair estimates.
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  • Meet face-to-face with attorneys and sell yourself as a team player. Offer expert witness testimony and consult on depositions.
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  • Keep extremely detailed records.
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  • Be thick skinned. Opposing attorneys can be very aggressive.

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