$15 Million Construction Claim Revived on Appeal (FL)

A state appellate court revived a $15 million construction-defect claim that was presumed dead when the trial judge ruled it was filed three days after a no-excuses cutoff.  A panel of the Fifth District Court of Appeal reversed the lower court May 8, deciding the lawsuit made it to the courthouse in time     Read the article…………


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