Blog Posts in 2014

  • 27-Oct-2014

    Western Skies Residents Win Big In Court

    CASE: Martin J Singer, et al, v. Anderson North Limited Partnership, et al., Orange County Superior Court Case No. 05CC11890; Judge Randell L. Wilkinson; Dept. C19 An Orange County jury awarded the residents of the Western Skies Mobilehome Park over ...
  • 27-Oct-2014

    Nordenstrom, et al. v. Santiago Associates, LLC

    Residents of the Paradise Ranch community received water which failed to meet the State drinking water standards. The defendant paid $4,550,000 in damages in compensation for plaintiffs’ injuries resulting from the contaminated water.
  • 27-Oct-2014

    Dean Barnwell, et al. v. Robert H. Brown

    We represented residents of 18 homes, who received drinking water contaminated with excess levels of iron and manganese. The jury awarded the residents $3.6 million for their injuries.
  • 27-Oct-2014

    State of CA v. Raymond Ayala, et al.

    We represented a developer who purchased raw land near a future freeway corridor. The State re-designed the freeway corridor and took the land for freeway purposes. The State offered $90,000 for the parcel. After a four-day bench trial, the Court ...
  • 27-Oct-2014

    San Diego Gas & Electric v. Donn H. Goss and Beverly J. Goss

    San Diego Gas & Electric condemned 3.72 acres of unimproved commercially-zoned land for a power station. The property consisted mainly of sloping canyon and wetlands, and SDG&E offered $250,000 due to topography and environmental constraints. ...
  • 16-Oct-2014

    ELTH Helps Child Obtain Care Funds for Brain Injury

    As a result of a recent jury trial result obtained by Ken Turek of Endeman, Lincoln, Turek & Heater LLP (“ELTH”) in San Bernardino Superior Court an eight year old girl will receive care funding for a brain injury she suffered at the ...
  • 6-Oct-2014

    Upwardly Mobile Residents? Court duns Carson park owner for $7 Million

    Tenants of a Carson mobilehome park were celebrating a civil court victory over the owner of the blighted park Friday after a Superior Court jury awarded them $7 million in punitive damages. But nobody was counting the money yet, or even thinking ...

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