Property Damage Due to Condensation
Building products and techniques have advanced to the point where a residential or commercial construction can almost literally be “airtight”. For example, new plastic building wraps do not breath as readily as the more traditional asphalt building papers. If a structure cannot “breathe” to some extent, temperature differentials between the interior of the structure and the exterior of the structure can cause extreme condensation. This moisture can cause the same sort of damage that can be experienced from water intrusion difficulties. Condensation damage is also a common problem where the structure is constructed of metal or has a metal roof. Condensation can be a common cause of toxic mold.
Leaking Stucco $9,760,000
Abbey, Weitzenberg, Warren & Emery secured $9,760,000 on behalf of 72 property owners.
Leaking Subdivision $8,000,000
Our firm attained $8,000,000.00 on behalf of 32 property owners.
Water Damage & Mold $7,500,000
The attorneys at our firm attained $7,500,000 on behalf of the owners of subdivision homes.
Leaking & Mold Contaminated Building $7,500,000
The attorneys at our firm attained $7,500,000 on behalf of Santa Rosa Junior College.
Condensation Damage $5,700,000
Abbey, Weitzenberg, Warren & Emery attained $5,700,000 for our client.
Fire & Earthquake Safety $4,200,000
Our firm attained $4,200,000 for a condominium homeowners association for fire and earthquake safety issues.
Fire, Earthquake & Noise Safety $4,000,000
Our firm attained a $4,000,000 settlement for a condominium complex.
Water Damage $3,500,000
$3,500,000.00 recovery for condominium homeowners association for water damage to homes.
Leaking Building $3,100,000
$3,100,000 for a leaking commercial building caused by a construction defect.
Water Damage $3,000,000
We obtained $3,000,000 on behalf of a condominium complex.