By Sunnyside Post on Sep 26, 2012. Posted in General News
Why isn’t the next door contractor being sued? A stop work order should be enough to make them pay for all the damage and the result & expenses of that damage. Additionally, does Tashi have insurance? What does the policy say, he should be compensated for the rent, and once the insurance company gets involved, they will make next door pay!
I hope Sunnyside post follows up on this story.
Kudos to Bramer for the support.
Yes, who is responsible? Why is the victim, Tashi, the one being punished for something beyond his control? What a nightmare! I empathize with this man and hope that he finds justice and regains his rightful home.
Blaming the banks? Oh, please! That’s the politically correct tack. The contractor is at fault.
It seems this unfortunate man is getting shafted by both the contractor and the bank who hired them. Hopefully the spotlight of publicity will compel them to do the right thing.
The city doesn’t hesitate to close down a restaurant that’s not operating correctly but a contractor that’s causing houses to collapse escaped their attention.
Now that the damage is done, I’m sure the city will fine the contractor many thousands of dollars but whether any of that money is used to help the victim instead of fill the city coffers is another story.
Cheers for Van Bramer getting behind this one.
Such a sad story. A Tibetan refugee family comes to America, works hard, and invests in the American Dream. Bank of America and the other bank MUST pay for the damages which they are responsible for as the financiers of the construction next door.
Hats off to Van Bramer for standing on the right side of this issue. If this could happen to one of us, it could happen to any of us.
Hang in there Tashi Ngodup and family. We support you.
I’m totally with Webley. Sue the hell out of the contractors, but in the mean time his insurance should take care of it.
I blame the hipsters & yuppies
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