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Galveston property owners allege restoration company failed to perform promised work


By Carrie Bradon | May 9, 2019

GALVESTON — Two Galveston property owners are suing a restoration company, alleging failure to perform work as outlined in a contract.

Robert Lewey and Kathy Lewey filed a complaint April 1 in Galveston County District Court against Texas Concrete Restoration and Alex Ledee, alleging violation of the Deceptive Trade Practice Act and the Consumer Protection Act., common law fraud, breach of contract and breach of warranty.

According to the complaint, the Leweys are the owners of property at 8206 Indian Beach Drive, Galveston. The suit states the plaintiffs entered into an agreement with Texas Concrete Restoration on Sept. 18, 2018, to have their first floor drive and a concrete slab restored. 

The plaintiffs allege they soon noticed issues with the defendant's work, including failure to properly adhere the product to the ground, causing damages to the plaintiffs' property and requiring patching.

The Leweys seek damages up to $200,000, attorney fees, trial by jury, costs of the suit and all other just relief. They are represented by attorney Cris A. Rasco of Rasco Law Firm in Texas City.

Galveston County District Court case number 19-CV-0784

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