Condominium and Homeowners Litigation
The Law Offices of Herb M. Milgrim, P.A. represents clients in a wide variety of commercial and business law matters involving business disputes and torts, fraud and breach of contract.
The firm also is routinely involved with real estate related litigation concerning disputes over the sale of real estate as well as disputes between Condo Owners and Home Owners and their Associations.
Our Law Firm also represents Condominium Owners, Co-op Owners and Homeowners resolve claims against their Associations. We offer our services on an hourly billing basis. As the prevailing party you will be entitled to be reimbursed for reasonable attorneys fees and costs. The services we offer are related to Condominium Law, the Florida Condominium Act, HOA issues, disaster recovery, hurricane claims, water and mold contamination, damage due to association’s failure to maintain common elements, injury claims in common areas, covenant enforcement, illegal budget increases, selective enforcement claims, improper leasing restrictions, tortious interference with owner’s right to sell or rent, pet restrictions, interference with an owner’s quiet use and enjoyment, noise complaints, harassment by board members and property management, architectural review claims, and improper use of funds by board members.
We have created a website specifically for owners that have disputes with their associations. The website contains informative articles, helpful links to various laws and relevant documents. We update the site almost daily and people can subscribe to the site in order to receive new articles as they are posted. The site can be found at http://www.floridacondoattorneys.com. Below are some excerpts from recent posts:
One of the most powerful claims that can be raised against Condominium Associations, Homeowner’s Associations or Cooperative Associations is the Association’s failure to maintain the common elements. According to Florida Law the Association is responsible for all damages proximately caused by its failure to maintain the common elements. Because the association’s duty is non-delegable the Association will have very few defenses to the owner’s claim.
Some of the significant types of claims concerning the Association’s failure to maintain the common elements include water damage from roof leaks, mold damage, fire from faulty electrical, noise complaints from roof top generators, inadequate water cooling towers causing unit owner air conditioning to malfunction, and of course there are the obvious claims like a resident or guest being injured due to inadequate security or a dangerous condition in the common areas of the building.
If you are involved in a Condo Dispute with your Association in Hollywood, Hallandale Beach, Sunny Isles, Downtown Miami, Aventura, Davie, Dania Beach, Cooper City, Pembroke Pines, Tamarac, Coral Springs, Boca Raton, Delray Beach, or anywhere in South Florida be sure to contact Mr. Milgrim to discuss your case or visit us at Florida Condo Attorneys.
The Associations have Law Firms on retainer using your maintenance dues so it is important that you seek out counsel before things get out of control.The majority of our commercial real estate cases are billed on an hourly basis. However, we always strive to recover our client's legal costs as part of our successful case.
Call The Law Offices of Herb M. Milgrim, P.A. now at (954) 966-3900. The initial consultation is free of charge. If we agree to accept your case, we will work with you on an hourly billing basis.
Don't delay! You could have a valid claim and may be entitled to financial compensation for your damages, but a lawsuit must be filed before the statute of limitations expires.
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