Washington construction defect convenant judgement found unreasonable

Washington construction attorney, Paul Rosner discusses Chaussee v. Maryland Cas. Co.

On January 9, 2012, Washington Federal District Court Judge John Coughenour ruled that a $5.75 million covenant judgment settlement of a condominium construction defect lawsuit was unreasonable, that the reasonable settlement value of all of the plaintiff homeowners association’s claims was $1,921,525.70, and that the value of the association’s breach of fiduciary duty claim, the only potentially covered claim, was $300,000.