Former residents of the doomed Champlain Towers South in Surfside have filed a consolidated amended class action against the condominium association, but according to one South Florida lawyer, it could do more harm than good. 

The consolidated lawsuit landed in Miami-Dade Circuit Court on Aug. 16 and claims the association treated “critical structural defects as little more than a financial nuisance.”

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