Cases

GRAY HAWK

$3,000,000

This project consisted of 56 single family homes located in Grant Ranch, Denver, Colorado. As we have seen on many cases, the claim originated from concerns over water intrusion through the roofs and windows. It spread into significant concerns over grading, sump pump issues and expansive clays in the soils…
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MAR, ET AL. VS. SHEA HOMES, ET AL.

CONFIDENTIAL

This was a project located in Diamond Bar, California that consisted of approximately 57 single family homes. The homes were built into a hillside that was starting to experience some movement. Additionally, many of the homes were sustaining damage from water intrusion through the roofs, windows and decks. Due to…
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PROMETORY POINT

$2,000,000

This multi-million dollar claim arose as a result of some of the basement slabs heaving, water intrusion through the roofs, and problems with the exterior decks. The project consisted of 72 single family homes located in Jefferson County. Our team of experts was successful in determining the cause for each…
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MEADOWOOD VILLAGE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION

$4,500,000

This project consists of 328 units. There were more than 40 parties involved in the lawsuit, which eventually was resolved just prior to trial. Defects were found in the roofing system, deck system, exterior stucco doors, structural framing, lack of firewalls in the party walls, drainage, fencing and plumbing.

PARAGON-MONTEBELLO HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION

$3,200,000

This case centers around a project consisting of 180 units. The association had retained other counsel to commence its lawsuit against the developer and various subcontractors. However, for various reasons, the Law Offices of Michael A. Hearn was asked to substitute as the association’s new attorney in the middle of…
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PARK SHADOWS HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION

$5,000,000

This project consists of approximately 320 units which were largely one story “stacked” residences. The roofs were largely flat, consisting of a series of “wells” allowing the air conditioning, ducts, and other roof equipment to be hidden. Unfortunately, the water ponded severely in the wells, causing massive water intrusion through…
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