Condo & Homeowners Association Claims
If you live in a home that is part of a condominium or homeowner’s association, your residence and its contents can be damaged through no fault of your own. The damages can result from the negligence of your condominium or homeowner’s association failing to properly maintain and/or repair the exterior (i.e. roof, foundation, walls, etc. for a single family home or condo unit) or plumbing (i.e. common element drainage pipes behind the walls of condo unit). Challenging your condominium or homeowner association can be a daunting task. They will try to deflect responsibility onto you by stating that they are not responsible for interior damage or the damage was caused by an air conditioning unit which is generally the responsibility of the homeowner. We won’t let them push you around.
What is my association’s responsibility when I have a damage claim?
When you have damages to your home as a result of your condominium or homeowner association failing to maintain and/or repair the exterior (i.e. roof, foundation, walls, etc. for a single family home or condo unit) or plumbing (i.e. common element drainage pipes behind the walls of condo unit), your litigation experts at Desir Law are here to help. The association’s property manager and/or board of directors may be responsible for filing an insurance claim for those damages as they are obligated to provide notice of a claim as soon as possible to the association’s liability insurance company. Your association’s declarations and bylaws define the responsibility between the association and individual owners. Sounds confusing? Let us cut through the jargon and get you the compensation you need to restore your home. We at the Desir Law firm are experienced in handling property damage disputes with condominium and homeowner associations and we’re not afraid to go to court and fight on your behalf.
Best of all, like everything we do at Desir Law, everything we do is FREE unless we win.
Call 954-848-2912 today to put Desir Law on your team.