News & Results Posts Tagged ‘Construction Defects’

13 homes in 4S Ranch receive a settlement to repair defects in their homes

Thursday, August 13th, 2009

Attorneys at Ward & Hagen represented the owners of 13 homes in 4S Ranch against the builder, Christopher Homes.  The homes were experiencing leaking doors and windows, stucco defects and plumbing defects.  The case was successfully resolved for a settlement of over $500,000.

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Attorneys win arbitration award of over $500,000 for six Carlsbad homeowners

Wednesday, March 4th, 2009

Attorneys at Ward & Hagen represented the owners of six homes within the Rancho Carrillo development of La Costa, California. Built by Pacific Crest Communities, Inc. the homes were experiencing construction defects including leaking windows, doors, and plumbing systems; extensive stucco cracking; and lack of french drains in the rear yard retaining walls, as required per city code. The court compelled arbitration based on a clause in the contract and the case was presented before Judge Robert May (Ret.). Plaintiffs received a final award of $506,223.88, which included a partial settlement of peripheral issues. The awards to Plaintiffs were in excess of 998 offers that had been made, and as a result, Plaintiffs also recovered their costs.

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32 Scripps Ranch homeowners settle their case for $50,000 per home

Monday, February 4th, 2008

Attorneys at Ward & Hagen represented the owners of 32 single-family homes in the Scripps Ranch area of San Diego. The homes were experiencing water intrusion through the doors and windows, moisture intrusion through some concrete foundations, extensive stucco cracking and many other peripheral defects. The litigation ensued for over two years, until defendants and cross-defendants agreed to a global settlement on the day of trial. The total settlement was over $1.6 million dollars, resulting in a gross amount of around $50,000 per home.

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