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Bryan Ralph Snyder

Licensed since 1986

Member at firm Law Office of Bryan R. Snyder, APC

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  • Subsidence in Northern California
    Posted on May 13, 2013
    Topic: Construction Defects

    I have previously written about subsidence, expansive soils , and other problems that are created when a home or other building is built on "bad" soil.  An extreme example may be occurring right now in the northern California town of Lakeport.  Over the last two months, eight homes in a single subdivision have literally been swallowed into ... Read more

  • Corrosive Soil can Cause Pipe Breaks
    Posted on May 8, 2013
    Topic: Construction Defects

      Believe it or not, the soil itself can be corrosive, and lead to problems with buried pipes or other buried metal.  I currently represent a business park association consisting of 14 buildings.  The underlying soil is highly corrosive.  It is possible that before development, the area was a dairy farm.  At any rate, the ... Read more

  • Preventing Alzheimer’s article
    Posted on April 2, 2013
    Topic: Head and Spinal Injuries

    A very interesting article about preventing Alzheimer’s disease can be found here: http://jeffnixonreport.wordpress.com/2013/03/31/preventing-alzheimers-disease/.  Some very interesting thoughts.  Most importantly, avoid those early head traumas! Contact me at Bsnyder@sdtrialattorney.com with any questions. ... Read more

Bryan Ralph Snyder

Licensed since 1986

Member at firm Law Office of Bryan R. Snyder, APC

AWARDS

AV Preeminent

RECENT POSTS

  • Subsidence in Northern California
    Posted on May 13, 2013
    Topic: Construction Defects

    I have previously written about subsidence, expansive soils , and other problems that are created when a home or other building is built on "bad" soil.  An extreme example may be occurring right now in the northern California town of Lakeport.  Over the last two months, eight homes in a single subdivision have literally been swallowed into ... Read more

  • Corrosive Soil can Cause Pipe Breaks
    Posted on May 8, 2013
    Topic: Construction Defects

      Believe it or not, the soil itself can be corrosive, and lead to problems with buried pipes or other buried metal.  I currently represent a business park association consisting of 14 buildings.  The underlying soil is highly corrosive.  It is possible that before development, the area was a dairy farm.  At any rate, the ... Read more

  • Preventing Alzheimer’s article
    Posted on April 2, 2013
    Topic: Head and Spinal Injuries

    A very interesting article about preventing Alzheimer’s disease can be found here: http://jeffnixonreport.wordpress.com/2013/03/31/preventing-alzheimers-disease/.  Some very interesting thoughts.  Most importantly, avoid those early head traumas! Contact me at Bsnyder@sdtrialattorney.com with any questions. ... Read more