Hidden Solar Expenses

Common hidden, unforeseen, unintended or undisclosed homeowner costs associated with typical solar panel installation.

Premiums & Inspections

$ 6,000

End of Life Costs

$ 7,700

Maintenance

$16,000

Voided Warranty

$ 20,000

Exaggerated Savings

$ 20,000

GRAND TOTAL = NEARLY $70,000!

Our expanding network of experienced civil litigation attorneys is passionately and steadfastly committed to defending the legal rights and financial interests of the American homeowner.

Our innovative approach to legal and economic justice is uniquely supported by our talented team of researchers, financial and data analysts that provide positive outcomes in the majority of our legal engagements.

Let us help you recover hidden and unintended costs associated with your solar system installation. Because we work exclusively on a contingency basis, our efforts are provided at no financial risk to our clients.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I legally sue now for financial damages that I have yet to realize?

Yes. Most states’ consumer protection laws specifically allow for and provide relief by allowing a plaintiff to sue and recover future yet still unrealized financial losses for which they have a reasonable expectation to suffer or incur in the future.

Why should I bother to initiate legal action now rather than later?

All states have a civil statute of limitations law requiring a plaintiff (or retained attorney) to file suit within a prescribed time period from the causative event date (typically 3 to 5 years). Given the high probability that many, if not most, solar panel installation companies may no longer be in business in 20 or 30 years, it is imperative for you to take legal action NOW to recover these unintended costs before this period expires.

I am now strapped for money. How much will it cost me to initiate a claim against my contractor?

As contingency fee-based law firms, Energy Mitigation Associates and our network of experienced trial attorneys require no up-front money or retainer from our clients. We assume the full cost of litigation. Should your case be settled or adjudicated in your favor, then, and only then, do we earn and collect our contingency fee and filing costs from the settlement. We assume all the risk of your case.

What are the Next Steps?

Contact us immediately so that we can initially review the basic details and facts surrounding your solar panel installation.

Provide us with details regarding your solar system installation, such as installation date and misrepresentations of items omitted from the installation contract, sales presentations, and the statement of financial and energy savings.

Let us determine if your case merits further investigation based on the information you provide in the second step.

If we believe that sufficient damages may be potentially awarded to you, then we will conduct, at no cost to you, a free and comprehensive financial analysis and assessment in order to realistically calculate the financial value of your case based on its collective merits.

Let us then know if you want to proceed with litigation.

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The Energy Mitigation Management Team

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Steve Giacalone

CIO/CTO

Richard Nollman

Attorney

Conor Cummins

Why Ligation Makes Sense : Recent articles that Support Our Legal Position

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Conor Cummins

A graduate of Syracuse University and Suffolk Law, Conor is licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as well as several other New England states and New York, New Jersey and Washington D.C.

After graduating from Suffolk Law, Conor passed the Massachusetts Bar Exam on his first attempt and began analyzing and reviewing contracts at the corporate level for General Electric.

While working for General Electric, he analyzed and subjectively reviewed documents for substance and privilege and also developed a thorough understanding of factual and legal issues pertinent to several projects

Richard Nollman

Richard Nollman is the Chief Technology and Information Officer of Energy Mitigation Associates. He is an innovative leader driving technical vision to achieve EMAs mission, to provide our clients with the best possible outcomes resulting from environmental consumer litigation.

As CTO/CIO, his role is to develop strategies for using technological resources to evaluate and implement new systems and infrastructure to ensure that technologies are used efficiently, profitably, and securely.

A graduate of Boston University School of Public Communications, Richard has spent over 30 years working with complex technologies for Fortune 500 companies and multiple start-ups creating business value and growth through technology and information management.

Steven Giacalone

Steven Giacalone is a career business management and finance professional who has decades of experience in the commercial, mortgage, and investment banking sectors. He also has extensive experience in various investment analysis and management roles within the commercial real estate development industry.

For the past 20 years he had provided effective consultative vision and independent management guidance to dozens of start-up companies who have collectively sought out his exceptional organizational management skills and keen business acumen. In the wake of the 2008-09 financial crisis he successfully helped to assemble and originate 15 FINRA fraud and misrepresentation arbitration cases against Auction Rate Securities (ARS) Wall Street broker dealers.

A former USAF officer, his natural leadership talent has and continues to produce enormous incremental enterprise value for such clients. He holds a BA with majors in both Mathematics and Social Sciences from Dowling College as well as an MBA from Harvard University. He also recently completed an Advanced Studies Program (ASP) Fellowship from MIT, with a concentration in Financial Engineering.