Construction Litigation Lawyers in Broomfield
Unafraid to Take Important Cases to Court
In an ideal situation, disputes between construction firms and related parties will never arise due to well-written construction contracts. Of course, there is no surefire way to avoid all potential disputes. If and when they do arise, if they cannot be solved through mediation and settlement, then the matter will escalate to construction litigation.
Cases taken to the courtroom are rarely simple, but construction litigation cases are notoriously complex. Before you get tangled up in litigation, prepare for it and the unexpected by teaming up with Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. and our Broomfield construction litigation attorneys.
We have represented all sorts of construction litigation clients, such as:
- Construction firms
If you are involved with the construction industry in any way, then we can represent you. Backed by decades of experience and a deep understanding of Colorado’s construction regulations, including the Construction Defect Action Reform Act, we stand ready to handle your case, whether you are the claimant or the responding party.
To get more information about construction litigation representation, dial (720) 809-8310.
Prepare for Litigation the Right Way Today
Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. is the only law firm in Broomfield you need to know for your next construction litigation case. We are capable of managing your case from start to finish, including initial claim filings against defendants or responses to any claims against you. It is our goal to solve your conflict in a way that protects your best interests with as little stress and delay as possible. Settlements might be possible but, if they are not, then we will take your case to litigation. We assume that the chances of litigation are always present, so we begin preparing for it early on, giving you an advantage of initiative.
Contact our firm online to start your construction litigation case.
The underlying factor behind any litigation case is that at least one party refused to negotiate with the others during a dispute. When conflicts cannot be resolved on their own and in a conference room, turning to the word of law and a judge’s decree is the only option remaining
In our extensive practice history, we have seen these three causes of construction litigation the most often:
- Nonpayment: Payment agreements in a construction contract can be intricate with plenty of nuances that determine how and when a party is paid. Disputes between payors and payees usually end up in the courtroom because neither party ever wants to back down. Oil, gas, and mineral liens can also get tangled up when nonpayment leads to litigation.
- Delays: Even a brief delay in construction can cause involved parties to lose significant finances. If no party wants to take accountability for the delay, litigation will become necessary to sort the matter out and repay the parties who have lost finances due to no fault of their own.
- Defects: Poor workmanship in a construction project is a big problem. Coding issues or structural stability may require the entire project to be redone. Who will pay for those expensive mistakes? Construction litigation can definitively put the liability on one party or another.
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