The collapse of a 12-story Miami Condo has left officials scrambling and working around the clock to search for answers as to why and how the building collapsed in the first place. Family members of the victims who have yet to be found are patiently waiting on what is to come. So far, what is to be believed as the first lawsuit has been filed against the Champlain Towers Condominium Association. A class-action lawsuit by Brad Sohn Law Firm is seeking $5 billion in damages to help compensate victims of the horrific collapse. They say that the building failed to “secure and safeguard the lives and property” of those who live at the building. Trial attorney and former prosecutor Leslie Ricard Chambers, joined Cheddar to discuss what legalities lie ahead for the families involved in the incident and the building management itself.