Construction defects are not limited to buildings or structures. Some of the most significant construction claims relate to soil or foundation movement and landslides. When a builder constructs a residence or structure, the builder must first properly construct the building pad. The builder must prepare the building site to receive the residence or structure without potentially damaging soil movement. A foundation must be properly designed and constructed to resist soil movement. Retaining walls are a typical example of one construction method designed to contain soil movement. The inadequacy of the foundation to resist or accommodate soil movement or the failure of a retaining wall can constitute a construction defect. Ponding of water under a residential or commercial structure or adjacent to it can also cause soil movement and/or foundation movement.
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.