A downpour of legal issues after California gets drenched
Courtesy of Bornstein Law
As long as water runs through pipes and people live on a property, there will be leaks and spills. This is nothing new to us.
But after historic rainfalls, we have never seen such widespread water damage. It was saddening to see hundreds of residents displaced from an East Oakland apartment complex after the parking garage flooded and PG&E cut power. Tenants ushered in the New Year in a cold, dark, and smelly apartment building with instructions to leave. Weeks later, they remain transplanted and it's become a multimillion-dollar crisis for the management of Coliseum Connections.