News & Results Posts Tagged ‘Stucco’

Calexico Homeowners Recover Funds to Repair Defects

Monday, December 12th, 2011

A group of homeowners in Calexico, California recovered settlement funds to repair a variety of construction defects including leaking roofs, leaking windows and cracked stucco.  The group of owners retained Ward & Hagen LLP to pursue litigation against the builder of their homes.  The attorneys at Ward & Hagen hired a team of forensic construction experts to diagnose the defects and then were able to negotiate a settlement that allows the homeowners to fix these defects as they arise.  Ward & Hagen is proud to represent homeowners throughout California and to help these owners fix defects that may appear.

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Ward & Hagen Obtains Settlement for a Group of El Centro Homeowners

Tuesday, November 8th, 2011

After a two year battle, attorney Jeffrey Paape and his support staff at Ward & Hagen obtained a confidential settlement for a large group of homeowners in El Centro, California.  Numerous construction defects such as leaking windows and doors, plumbing problems, and cracked tiles in showers and baths plagued the homes.

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Homeowners Association of a 250 unit complex reaches successful settlement

Monday, February 21st, 2011

Ward & Hagen represented the Homeowners Association of a 250 unit complex in an action against the builder for construction defects in the buildings.  The litigation lasted several years and required careful management of the investigation costs.  A successful settlement was reached and repairs to the buildings were begun.

 

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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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