Results for Tenants

 

Eviction Defense

 

Pham v. Lynne

Dismissal of eviction lawsuit and forgiveness of alleged back-owed rent amount of $6000.00, plus waiver of landlord's attorney fees and costs, where landlord's 3-day payment notice to tenant was legally invalid.  

  • Total Settlement Value to Client: $7000.00 plus no judgment of eviction.

 
Bernkrant v. Currier

Dismissal of eviction lawsuit and forgiveness of alleged back-owed rent amount of $1817.74, where landlord's 3-day payment notice to tenant-client was legally invalid.  

  • Total Settlement Value to Client: $1817.74 plus no judgment of eviction.

 
Eagle Pines v. Harrison

Suspension of Eviction lawsuit and settlement of client's alleged back-owed rent amount of $2700.00, for installment payment totaling $1600.00. 

  • Total Settlement Value to Client: $1,100 plus no judgment of eviction  

 

 

Security Deposit
 
Hillier-Davis v. Reed

Judgment for $4,050.00, plus attorney fees and court costs to client-tenant who did not receive her security deposit back after landlord failed to keep her security deposit in a separate account reserved for deposit funds and stopped payment on $1,350.00 security deposit refund check.  

  • Total Judgment Value to Client: $4,050.00

 

 

Condition of the Rental Home
 
Adriani v. Landlord

Settlement agreement including termination of client's long-term lease where tenant alleged multiple code compliance violations, including lack of sufficient window locks, window that did not properly close, sporadic electrical supply, and exposed pipes and open holes in the around the exterior of the property, with client waiving claim on security deposit.

  • Total Settlement Value to Client: $3,825.00

 
Tenant v. Landlord

Confidential settlement agreement including termination of client's lease due to landlord's failure to fix multiple code compliance violations, including lack of sufficient window and door locks, windows that did not properly close, sporadic electrical supply, and rotting decking in wooden structural components of the home, with client waiving claim on security deposit.

  • Termination of Lease 

 
Tenant v. Landlord

Code Compliance Violations Resulting in Personal Injury - Confidential money settlement to clients injured when one client slipped and fell due to standing water inside the front door of her apartment where the apartment did not meet minimum requirements under Florida law because it was not water-tight during severe weather.

  • Confidential Money Settlement

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