Representative Cases

settlement agreements

Representative Result #1

Capsule Summary:
Our client's condominium unit suffered extensive damages in a flood caused by the condominium association's failure to properly handle the vacant unit above our client's unit. Our client sued the association to recover damages not covered by our client's own insurance company. Molosky & Co. not only negotiated a large settlement with the association, but also defended our client against his own insurance company's claim that they were entitled to take all the money.

Expanded Description:
Our client's condominium unit was flooded when frozen pipes burst in the vacant unit about our client's unit. The pipes froze and burst because the condominium association had not properly looked after the vacant unit, allowing high winds and freezing cold air to drop the unit's temperature. Our client had property insurance, but his insurer only agreed to pay a portion of all the damages he suffered. Our client sued the condominium association to recover the rest of his damages, and Molosky & Co. battled the association for two years, digging through thousands of documents in moldy boxes and buried file cabinets, to find the proof of what happened in the vacant unit. When Molosky & Co. was poised to recover a substantial amount from the association, our client's insurance company stepped in and tried to claim the recovery as their own. Molosky & Co. stopped them, negotiating a final settlement that covered our client's damages and our attorney fees.

Representative Result #2

Capsule Summary:
Our client is an insurance broker that separated from his former employer, but needed a settlement agreement to solidify the terms of his departure from the firm. Molosky & Co. drafted the settlement agreement and ensured that our client will receive proper compensation for his contributions to his previous employer.

Expanded Description:
Molosky & Co. drafted a settlement agreement for our client who had recently left his former employer. Our client was personally responsible for servicing many of his former employer’s clients and believed he should receive compensation in the event that his former clients decided to renew their contracts. Molosky & Co. included stipulations in the settlement agreement allowing our client to act as an independent contractor for his former employer and receive compensation for future client renewals.

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