Texas Court of Appeals (El Paso): An Association and its property manager were held jointly liable
Texas Court of Appeals (El Paso): An Association and its property manager were held jointly liable for failure to implement repairs recommended in a reserve study, even though the members of the Association voted down an attempted special assessment to fund the necessary repairs.
Why Clients Should Consider Contingent Fee Arrangements
Many clients dread calling their lawyer to ask important questions out of fear that the moment their lawyer picks up the phone the billing clock starts in six minute increments. The vast majority of lawyers follow the time honored tradition of billing hourly for their time, which leads many clients to become frustrated with enormous legal bills that do not reflect the actual value added to their cases. The contingent fee arrangement is designed to mitigate against this problem by re-aligning the incentives so that lawyers are compensated based on results, not time spent working on the case.
Navigating Insurance Claims By Thinking Like a Lawyer
Duncan Griffiths and Christopher Griffiths wrote an article about insurance coverage featured in CAI-Rocky Mountain Chapter’s Common Interests Magazine. The article provides helpful tips for community managers and homeowners associations that have suffered a loss that may be covered by insurance.