Following the recent rains and floods in Arizona, several homeowners have experienced flooding and water damage. Homes are now uninhabitable, and Home Owners Associations remain in a state of disrepair.
Most homeowners do not have flood insurance. However, this should not be the end of the inquiry. For instance, the home builder may also have liability if it cut corners during the construction a community and failed to allow for adequate drainage.
Thus, if the builder did not properly grade the community to allow for water to drain properly, then it may be liable for damages to the HOA and to the individual homeowners.
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David Degnan is the owner of Degnan Law, PLLC. David focuses his practice on real estate matters and currently listed as a Top Real Estate attorney on the lawyer rating service, AVVO. David may be reached at email@example.com or at 602-818-4813. This may be…
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