I have a condominium in Miami,it have mold now,because water liking from the condominium from second floor,the owner refuse to accept her responsibility,and pay for the damage,it was fix before,but look like the job was no done right.
Other than a homeowners insurance claim, which might be handled on a contingent fee, a legal action against a adjacent condo owner would typically involve a retainer and an hourly rate, the amount of which would ultimately depend on the details and value of the controversy. I.e. if you have $500,000.00 worth of claimed damages, and a complicated legal dispute, your fee would be infintitely more than if you had a $5,000.00 and the owner was not denying liability and had insurance coverage.
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The general advice would be that it would not hurt you to sit down with a lawyer offline and discuss the specifics (value, amount of damage etc.) and see where to go from there. You can use the avvo lawyer search to find a lawyer that offers a free initial consultation in your area.
Best of luck
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