Recent Posts in Jury Verdicts

  • 27-Mar-2017

    Residents of California Hawaiian Mobile Estates Settle Case for $9,900,000

    In 2007, the residents of the California Hawaiian Mobile Estates decided that they’d had enough. Their park, once well-maintained and beautiful, had become a rundown eyesore. Park lighting was held up by rebar and duct tape. The clubhouse was ...
  • 19-Jan-2017

    Mobile Home Case to Change California Law

    The residents of a San Diego mobile home park, Terrace View Mobile Home Estates (“Terrace View”), recently won a case which will change the law in California. For the first time, a jury found that a park owner may not charge unreasonable ...
  • 7-Jul-2016

    Jury Awards $58,389,000 to Households of Terrace View Mobile Home Park

    On July 6, 2016, a San Diego civil jury awarded $58,389,000 to 10 households of the Terrace View Mobile Home Park. For more information on this success, read our press release: ...
  • 31-Mar-2015

    San Jose Jury Awards $111 Million to 61 Homeowners

    The Verdict is the National Law Journal’s Number 17 Verdict in the U.S.A. and Number 6 in California. Allen, Semelsberger & Kaelin, LLP, of San Diego, congratulates its partners Jim Allen and David Semelsberger on their selection to the Top ...
  • 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

    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. Find out more about how our team can fight for your rights. ...
  • 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 ...

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