Johnathan and Drew Scott from the infamous HGTV show Property Brothers face the repercussions of an ongoing lawsuit. There are rising tensions that could lead to repercussions in their personal and professional lives.

Las Vegas Couple Unhappy
Paul and Mindy King utilized the services of the Property Brothers for a feature on their show. They claimed after moving back in, there were several construction violations and mistakes, like:

  • Leaving exposed wires
  • Unhinged, improperly installed doors.
  • Wrong backsplash.
  • Not all renovations were up to code.

For right now, they are working with a construction injury attorney in Los Angeles to file a lawsuit against their production company, Cineflix, who would be liable for Jonathan and Drew. Third-party organizations that also worked on their home will also get sued.

Local Construction Workers and Contractors
On the show, the Scott brothers outsource different contractors and construction crews to bring their designs to life. However, the homeowners paid the $193,000 bill, according to House Beautiful. The King’s are well within their right to sue, especially before they get hurt.

Before hiring a construction attorney, they gave Cineflix and Villa Construction ample time to resolve the renovation concerns. It is no surprise that they failed to acknowledge and tried to dispute them.

The Unresolved Concerns
The married couple took their concerns to the Nevada State Contractors Board and listed more than 90 deficiencies, according to House Beautiful. It wasn’t until an official notice got sent out that Cineflix issued a public statement.

“We recognize the responsibility we [were] granted by the homeowners who choose to take part in our television shows. We are aware of Paul and Mindy King’s claims and have worked to resolve the short punch list of items that [got] identified [but] the Kings rejected our attempts to complete the work.”

Todd Christensen, President of the construction company, released a public statement as well.

“We have been made aware of additional items…over a year after the work completed. We cooperated with the inspection and tried to work with the homeowner to resolve the shortlist of items identified by the NSCB.”

Both claimed the King’s denied entry on multiple accounts. However, they had open access two months before they moved into the home to address the complaints.

What Would Happen If Someone Got Hurt from Shoddy Construction?
With any construction work, failing to make sure the job gets done completely could lead to a lawsuit. If you faced a similar experience in Southern California that caused you harm, a personal injury attorney in Los Angeles would help you file a claim against every negligent person involved.