We handle matters throughout the state of Florida. For a brief summary of our case experiences click on any of the highlighted areas below.
Renowned Beach Front Hotel (Pensacola Beach, FL)
Jason Moyer effectively resolved construction defect claims relating to pedestrian traffic coating at the balconies and walkways of a seven-story beachfront hotel situated on the Gulf of Mexico in Pensacola Beach, Florida.
Luxury Waterfront Condominium (Miami, FL)
In this construction defect suit, Jason Moyer and Hannah Tyson represented the development entity of a 60 story high-rise on the water in downtown Miami. Not only did they obtain a settlement for a fraction of the plaintiff’s demand, but they even recovered funds on behalf of their client.
High End Two-Tower 50+ Story Condominium Development (Miami, FL)
Jason Moyer and Hannah Tyson successfully represented the development entity in a construction defect lawsuit involving a Two-Tower 50+ Story Condominium project comprised of over 600 total condominium units.
Six Hundred Unit Residential Complex (Celebration, FL)
In this construction defect case, Jason Moyer and Lauren Eliopoulos represent an HVAC subcontractor. Critical to their early success in this matter was the granting of a motion absolving their client of liability on a large issue throughout the community.
Popular Orlando Resort (Orlando, FL)
Jason Moyer defended a waterproofing subcontractor against claims of allegedly defective installation of pedestrian traffic coating and exterior sealant at this stucco-clad, high-rise resort in Orlando, Florida.
Upscale Multi-Family Apartment Complex (Tampa, FL)
Jason Moyer and other Moyer Law Group Attorneys successfully represented a major subcontractor in a construction defect lawsuit involving an upscale multi-family apartment project comprised of approximately 200 apartments housed in six (6) four-story buildings near downtown Tampa, Florida.
Large Family Residence (Bay County, FL)
Jason Moyer and other Moyer Law Group attorneys successfully represented the roofing contractor in a construction defect case that involved a high-end 8,500sf single-family residence in Bay County, Florida. The case hinged on flashing and waterproofing coordination between the roofer and brick masonry subcontractors during original construction.
Local Seafood Market (Clearwater, FL)
In this slip-and-fall premises liability case, Lauren Eliopoulous and the exceptional case team at Moyer Law Group earned a swift victory on behalf of this local seafood company. In a matter of months Hugh and Lauren obtained summary judgment on the legal theory that the Plaintiff was a trespasser.
Luxury Riverfront Condominiums (Ft. Myers, FL)
Attorneys, Jason Moyer and Hannah Tyson, currently represent the development entities of this multi-tower condominium project. Their defense includes the evaluation of alleged design and construction deficiencies throughout the project.
Mixed-Use Residential Development (Jacksonville, FL)
Jason Moyer and other Moyer Law Group attorneys represent the balcony subcontractor in this construction defect lawsuit that involves a mixed-use development consisting of luxury apartments and retail space.
Eight Story Condominium Tower (New Smyrna Beach, FL)
Attorneys Jason Moyer and other Moyer Law Group attorneys, using Florida’s statutory proposal for settlement mechanism, secured the early dismissal of their supplier client from a construction defect case involving an 8-story art-deco oceanfront condominium in New Smyrna Beach, Florida.
Downtown Mixed-Use Condominium Development (St. Petersburg, FL)
Jason Moyer and Hannah Tyson represent the general contractor in this construction defect lawsuit involving a well-known downtown St. Petersburg mixed-use development.
Multi-Tower Island Condominiums
Lauren Eliopoulous and the exceptional case team at Moyer Law Group defend the stucco subcontractor in this construction defect case where the primary allegations revolve around alleged de-bonding of stucco from the walls and balconies of this 27 story beachfront condominium featuring over 200 units.