Need help to see if I have a case

We moved into a home a month ago, first time home buyers, our real estate agent said we should skip the home inspection bc “they don’t find anything anyways”. Yes I know stupid of us.. but anyways. The only thing that was disclosed to us was that the yard flooded and was fixed with drains and then that the basement had flood but was fixed with new windows put in. We get to the house start the shower and the shower is not connected to the main line causing all the water to go into our basement. (No biggie got that fixed). There was a weak spot in our bed room ceiling my husband knowing things said it was fine and looks like it was just patched previously and fixed it. Well today due to a storm coming through last night a branch broke off the tree in the front yard and snapped our cable and power line. The power company came out and fixed the issue but the technician said that it looks like this was an issue before and was not properly fixed. So my question is what legal rights do we have? Is it worth getting a lawyer etc?

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We moved into a home a month ago, first time home buyers, our real estate agent said we should skip the home inspection bc “they don’t find anything anyways”. Yes I know stupid of us.. but anyways. The only thing that was disclosed to us was that the yard flooded and was fixed with drains and then that the basement had flood but was fixed with new windows put in. We get to the house start the shower and the shower is not connected to the main line causing all the water to go into our basement. (No biggie got that fixed). There was a weak spot in our bed room ceiling my husband knowing things said it was fine and looks like it was just patched previously and fixed it. Well today due to a storm coming through last night a branch broke off the tree in the front yard and snapped our cable and power line. The power company came out and fixed the issue but the technician said that it looks like this was an issue before and was not properly fixed. So my question is what legal rights do we have? Is it worth getting a lawyer etc? submitted by /u/Silent-Contact6457 [link] [comments]

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