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Representative Cases

Cases That Settled

  • Seven homeowners in Natormas received $470,000 in a settlement which Eugene Haydu negotiated against the developer of their homes.
  • The homeowner of a custom house in El Dorado County recovered $500,000 in a settlement with the developer for defective construction of her home.
  • A Petaluma Homeowners Association recovered $2.1 million with the guidance of Mr. Haydu in a construction defect case against the developer of the 75 unit complex.
  • For $2.7 million Eugene Haydu settled a construction defect case against the developers of a low income housing project on behalf of a non-profit housing corporation located in Yolo County.
  • Eugene P. Haydu recovered $3.5 million for a Sonoma County homeowners association in a lawsuit against the developer and general contractor. This case involved a 142 unit townhome complex and alleged claims that the buildings were designed and constructed in a defective manner.
  • Investors in a 40 unit apartment complex in Sacramento recovered $2.1 million in a settlement with the help of Eugene Haydu when he represented a partnership in a lawsuit against the builder and developer for construction defects.
  • Thirty-one homeowners recovered $2.8 million when Eugene Haydu settled their lawsuit against the builder and developer of 31 homes located in Folsom, California for design and construction defects.
  • A Sacramento County Homeowners Association hired Mr. Haydu to represent it in a lawsuit against the developer and the City of Folsom for defects in its roads and sewer system. He recovered $953,779 and negotiated an agreement that the City of Folsom would be responsible for the maintenance of the sewer system.

Cases To Trial And Arbitration

  • In a Sonoma County case, the jury awarded $515,000 to the homeowners in a real estate fraud and rescission case. The award required the builder to buy back the house from the homeowners. Mr. Haydu represented the owners in this action against the builder and real estate agents for fraud in the sale of the home.
  • In a Yolo County case, the jury awarded the homeowner $245,000 in a construction defect case against the dealer and installer of the homeowner's manufactured home.
  • In a binding arbitration, an award of $260,000 was achieved for a Sacramento couple for defects in the construction of their semi-custom built home against a local developer.

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