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Anna Lee
  • Twin cities, MN
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Real Estate Attorney to sue the upstairs unit

Anna Lee
  • Twin cities, MN
Posted Nov 28 2022, 13:04

I had big water damage last summer because the AC pipe issue from the above unit of my condominium.

The repair cost was around $8000.I paid $1000 deductible and my insurance company paid the rest of them.

I put the property on the market and singed contract, but the buyer backed off after getting informed the water damage, so I was not able to sell my property. 

I had another water damage a month ago from the above unit again during their water heater replacement. 

I contacted the owner of the above unit, but she didn't refuse to pay for all my damage, so I decide to sue her.

It looks like the process and attorney fee is not that simple.

Does any one have any similar experience or refer any attorney on that area?

The repairing process took longer because the tenant was not at home and hard to find a contractor, and the tenant was very upset with all this situation. 

As a first time investor, I am very frustrated with all this situation.

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