Condo Association Settles With Young Father Shot by Burglars

, Daily Business Review


A Miami townhome community's homeowners association agreed to pay $8 million to a tenant who was shot and paralyzed during a home invasion.

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  • O.W. Holmes

    So folks who are stupid enough to place their safe on the patio for all fatherless passersby to see can nonetheless collect millions of dollars when they suffer the predictable consequences of their stupidity? Only in America. (Three generations of imbeciles are enough.)

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