Texas Appeals Court Reduces Amount of Damages Awarded Over Construction Defects

(August 26, 2016, 11:07 AM EDT) -- SAN ANTONIO — A Texas appeals panel on Aug. 24 ruled that a trial court judge erred by awarding a couple $200,394.76 in damages and attorney fees for alleged construction defects, ruling that the evidence did not support the amount of damages awarded and that the Texas Residential Commercial Liability Act (RCLA) limits the amount of attorney fees the plaintiffs could receive (Bryan Smith, d/b/a Vision Design and Build v. Robert Overby, et al., No. 04-15-00436-CV, Texas App., 4th Dist.; 2016 Texas App. LEXIS 9172)....
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