Below are short summaries of some of our cases. For confidentiality reasons, some of the descriptions below do not include specific case information. However, please contact us if you would like references. In addition, please note that no two cases are alike and similar results cannot be guaranteed.
This high-end DTC condominium community with ground level restaurants and shops pursued the developer for defects including flat roof failures, dangerous balcony conditions, failing concrete and asphalt flatwork as well as structural concerns in the subterranean parking garage. When settlement offers would not cover repairs to the extensive damages this community incurred, Hearn & Fleener took the case to trial where the jury awarded the association $6 million.
The Board of Directors sought assistance when their management company brought a number of construction concerns to their attention. During the claim process, 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. Mike Hearn worked with this community after their claim was settled to ensure their repairs were completed on time and properly.
A small community northwest of Denver contacted Hearn & Fleener when they began to experience water intrusion through poorly installed building envelope materials and design. Our attorneys helped them obtain the funds to repair flashings, decks, siding and more.
Represented Condominium Association containing more than 200 units. The association contacted our law firm with significant claims about water intrusion through the roofs and windows. From our investigation we also found deficiencies with concrete, drainage, and structural items. Our team of experts presented reasonable and efficient methodologies which eventually resulted in a settlement of approximately $4 Million.
Multi-million-dollar construction defect claim centered around water intrusion through roofs, windows, decks and also involved a claim concerning concrete and structural connections. Litigation moved quickly and all issues were resolved. The terms and conditions of the settlement are required to remain confidential, however, the homeowners are very pleased with the outcome.