CDQ Secures Prompt, Advantageous Settlement for Client in HOA Dispute
CDQ’s Daniel P. Quigley and Kevin C. Moyer represented homeowners in connection with disputes with their homeowner’s association (the “HOA”). The disputes arose from the HOA’s refusal, without any sound or supported explanation, to approve landscaping and grading plans relating to CDQ’s clients’ property that would substantially reduce the risk of flooding to the clients’ property (a problem that had previously resulted in substantial damages to the property). CDQ’s clients had initially attempted to resolve the disputes with the HOA in exchange for the HOA simply approving the proposed plans for the property. When the HOA continued to unreasonably decline these proposals, CDQ filed suit on the clients’ behalves. Shortly thereafter, CDQ was able to assist its clients in obtaining a successful settlement, involving the HOA approving the clients’ property plans (as proposed prior to commencement of the litigation) and reimbursing CDQ’s clients for, among other items, all the attorneys’ fees they were forced to incur.