Ward & Hagen’s clients were sued for non-disclosure of construction defects after the sale of their home. Without admitting any liability and in the interests of settling the case, our client offered $22,500 to the Plaintiff. The offer was refused and Ward & Hagen successfully moved the case from the courtroom to arbitration. Before the arbitration could occur, Plaintiff’s counsel filed a succession of appeals. After finishing the appeals, Ward & Hagen still won the arbitration, our client owed $0 to Plaintiffs, and we received an award of over $325,000 in attorney fees from the Plaintiff.