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THE FLAHERTY & YOUNGERMAN PC ADVANTAGE: Concentrating in Community Association Litigation


Flaherty & Youngerman PC draws from a well of over 30 years of experience concentrating in nearly every form of community association litigation. We have recovered millions of dollars on behalf of community associations. Our approach is different. While we offer purely hourly fee services, we often have shared risk blended fee engagements for recovering money for associations who seek to reduce the financial burdens of funding litigation. Blended fees combine a substantially reduced hourly rate with a contingency fee earned only upon making a recovery. We assess and handle cases from inception but are also willing to parachute in to takeover cases languishing or that need a new direction. We have had great success settling cases through early mediation by offering our opponents the kind of transparency needed to settle a case. With our substantial construction law experience, we also review construction contracts and involve other professionals when needed to provide full guidance to achieve successful project completion. Examples of types of cases we handle include:


1. Against Developers and others for original construction defects.


2. Against insurance carriers for improper denial of insurance claims, in whole or in part, such as property damage claims under your property coverage.


3. Against your contractors and others who breach their contracts for the design and or construction of repairs that are supposed to repair or extend the useful life of your property.


4. Against association vendors who breach their service contracts such as elevator companies, laundry companies, landscapers, security companies, HVAC management services and others.


5. Covenant disputes between the Association, owners and other third parties including suits for injunctions.


6. Defend associations in building court cases.


7. Defend boards when they are sued by service providers including lawsuits by owners who assert the board acted improperly. This often involves making your insurers pay the cost of defense and any damages awarded.


We are seasoned trial lawyers who have the confidence and flexibility to offer shared risk fee alternatives.


FOR A FREE CONSULTATION call Jeffrey Youngerman at 312-782-4700 ext 224 and at jyoungerman@fylegal.com


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