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10 October 2016

Expansive Soils at Commercial Warehouses

Case: San Diego Superior Court

Client: Otay Crossing Owners Association

Developer: OPUS Construction, Inc.

Project Size: 8 Commercial Warehouses

Settlement: $3,099,000

Year: 2016

October 10, 2016, the construction defect attorneys at the JCL Law Firm reached a $3,099,000 settlement on behalf of the Otay Crossing Owners Association against the project developer. The JCL Law Firm filed the construction defect action in the San Diego Superior Court and alleged that the project’ developer, civil and geotechnical engineers, architect and landscape architects, failed to properly mitigate onsite expansive soils.  As a result, the JCL Law Firm’s clients suffered significant damage to their commercial condominiums from soils movement and soils settlement. The JCL Law Firm’s construction defect attorneys negotiated a gross settlement exceeding $3,000,000 after 3 years of extensive litigation. Call the construction defect attorneys at the JCL Law Firm for a free consultation if you believe your home or community suffers from construction defects like improper water proofing, podium deck leaks, subterranean water intrusion, roof leaks, window leaks, plumbing leaks, shower leaks, door leaks, plumbing backups, stucco cracks, concrete cracks, soils movement or drywall cracks. Toll Free at 1-888-498-6999.

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