C&G Builders sued for shoddy work
Area resident Roosevelt Petry is suing Charles Guidry, owner of C&G Builders, alleging the contractor's shoddy craftsmanship cost him more than $10,000 to repair.
The suit was filed July 20 in Jefferson County District Court.
According to the lawsuit, C&G was contracted to make various repairs to Petry's Port Arthur properties. The company allegedly concealed defects in workmanship and performed sloppy work, costing him more than $10,000 to repair.
The suit accuses the defendant of breaching his contract.
The plaintiff is seeking an award of actual damages, plus $4,000 in attorney's fees.
Port Arthur attorney Carl Parker represents him.
Judge Donald Floyd, 172nd District Court, is assigned to the case.
Case No. E192-688