After a disaster like Thursday’s partial collapse of the Champlain Towers South building in Surfside, fingers are typically quick to point at condominium associations, often viewed as the bad guy for allegedly neglecting repairs or overlooking red flags. But is it as simple as that?

As litigation takes shape in the wake of this tragedy, some attorneys caution: Don’t be so quick to blame the condominium association without more evidence.

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