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The Naumann Law Firm, PC Recovers $4,700,000.00 for Construction Defects at Laurel Bay Community Association

The Naumann Law Firm, PC announced today that it recovered $4,700,000.00 in damages on behalf of the Laurel Bay Community Association in a construction defect lawsuit.

The firm filed the lawsuit in the San Diego County Superior Court, Case No. 37-2013-00063690, on August 21, 2013 on behalf of the Laurel Bay Community Association (“Association”) against the developer/converter, Hammer Development, LLC and Hammer Laurel Condominiums, LLC. The lawsuit also named the initial developer and original contractor entities, Simpson Laurel Bay LP, SHLP Laurel Bay LLC, and GWC Contractors, LP. The project was originally constructed in 2004 for the purpose to serve as a residential apartment complex but was subsequently converted to condominiums a year later in 2005.

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February 14, 2017 - Press Releases

The Naumann Law Firm, PC and JCL Law Firm, APC Recover $3,099,000 for Construction Defects at Otay Ranch Owners Association, a Commercial Condominium Association

The Naumann Law Firm and JCL Law Firm announced today that it has recovered $3,099,000 in damages for a construction defect lawsuit against the developers, contractors, subcontractors and sellers of the Otay Crossing Business Park.

The firm filed the lawsuit in San Diego Superior Court, Case No. 37-2012-00087560 on behalf of the Otay Crossing Owners Association (“Association”) against the developer, contractors/subcontractors/builder/general contractor, seller, design engineers and subcontractors, which participated in the development, repairing, servicing, marketing and selling of 16 commercial condominiums at the Otay Project.

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November 7, 2016 - Press Releases

The Naumann Law Firm, PC Recovers $1,607,500 for Construction Defects at Anchorage Lane Homeowners Association

The Naumann Law Firm, PC announced today that it recovered $1,607,500.00 in damages on behalf of the Anchorage Lane Homeowners Association in a construction defect lawsuit.

The firm filed the lawsuit on November 4, 2014 in San Diego County Superior Court, Case No. 37-2014-00037570 on behalf of the Anchorage Homeowners Association (“Association”) against the developer, ANCHORAGE LANE II, LLC, and other responsible contractors/subcontractors.

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September 29, 2016 - Press Releases

Over $4,000,000.00 Recovered for Construction Defects

SAN DIEGO, Aug. 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — The following is being issued by The Naumann Law Firm, PC and JCL Law Firm, APC.

The Naumann Law Firm, PC and JCL Law Firm, APC announced today that they have recovered in excess of $4,000,000.00 in damages for a number of Single Family Homeowners and Homeowner Associations relating to construction defects at their properties.

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August 31, 2016 - Press Releases

Palm Springs Community

Palm Springs Community
Developer: Confidential
Settlement: $3,920,500
Client: 186 Single Family Homes

The Naumann Law Firm and JCL Law Firm represented the owners of 186 single-family homes located in Palm Springs, Riverside County, California, against a National Homebuilder, several subcontractors and a flooring-product-manufacturer. The plaintiff homeowners contended that their newly constructed homes were damaged, in part, because of the installation of a defectively designed flooring product. The defective flooring product caused floor tiles to crack and break. As a result, plaintiffs’ homes lost value and otherwise required the plaintiff homeowners to incur costs to repair and replace their defective tile floors.
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June 26, 2015 - Press Releases

Desert Community

Desert Community
Developer: Confidential
Settlement: $1,702,500
Client: Bermuda Dunes Homeowner Association

Our firm represented an Association in Bermuda Dunes, California. The project was originally constructed as apartments and then converted to condominiums in the 2004 to 2006 timeframe. Unfortunately, the converter improperly established the reserves for the Association by representing that all the components including private streets, tennis courts, and roofs were new instead of sixteen years old. As a result the Association quickly ran out of funds as components came to the end of their useful life expectancies. In addition, there were numerous construction defects including hundreds of linear feet of water supply pipes with deteriorating insulation. Settlement was complicated by the fact that the carrier for the converter was defending under a very strong reservation of rights and in fact filed a declaratory relief action against the converter during the pendency of the underlying case. After several mediations Mr. Naumann was able to negotiate a settlement of $1,702,500 for the Association.

June 26, 2015 - Press Releases