Construction Litigation Lawyers in Colorado
The claims giving rise to construction litigation usually result from the breach of complex construction contracts that are difficult to understand unless you are a highly experienced legal professional in this particular area of practice. At Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C., we have noticed that many of our competitors throughout Colorado advertise that they practice construction litigation when in reality they do not possess enough of an understanding of the construction industry to be of significant assistance to clients in need. Not to mention that law firms of lesser experience usually cannot grasp the intricacies of Colorado's Construction Defect Action Reform Act.
Indeed, it takes an experienced attorney knowledgeable in construction laws, regulations, and practices to provide the representation that construction litigants deserve. That’s exactly what we deliver each and every time a construction firm or litigant reaches out to our law firm for help.
Our Colorado construction litigation attorneys can successfully represent:
- Construction firms
Our full-service law firm has more than 30 years of experience in handling some of the most complex cases while representing clients throughout Colorado. We have an established reputation for providing legal representation that is personalized, effective, and focused. Our mission is to deliver an outcome that will allow our clients to continue pursuing their construction goals. In fact, we are willing to go to court in order to do so.
Three Common Reasons for Construction Litigation
The contracts that underscore all sorts of construction projects need to be carefully drafted, reviewed, and followed. Whenever there is an issue with a construction contract, be it small or large, it can lead to construction litigation, especially when opposing parties do not want to reach a settlement out of court.
Three of the most common reasons why construction litigation arises are:
A quick way to end up in a courtroom is to not pay a party what it is owed for work performed. If your construction firm is being shorted funding or payment promised to you by another party through a contract, let us know. We are not afraid to take cases to court when it is the best option for our clients.
When a party in a construction contract fails to stay on set timetables, entire construction projects can become undone. In the end, companies and investors can lose significant funds due to the delay. Construction delays can be met with litigation in pursuit of fair damages.
Construction defects can be so significant that they make the final structure inhabitable. Or a defect can be subtle but still problematic, such as a coding issue that will cost the property owner more money to fix it later. If a contractor or subcontractor completed their work inadequately during your construction project, then you may have grounds to file a claim against them for damages.
Contact Us for Legal Guidance You Can Trust
Whether you are a plaintiff, defendant, or simply caught up in a dispute that could lead to a lawsuit, Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. can help you understand your contractual and legal rights and obligations. From mechanic's liens to construction defects, and everything in between, we handle every construction litigation case imaginable. You can confidently turn to our Colorado construction litigation lawyers for reliable legal assistance that understands and pursues your goals.
Great attorney. Gerald Jorgensen explained the situation and my legal options and obligations in clear, easy-to-understand language. His process made it easy to get the right settlement. I was really satisfied with the results. With Mr. Jorgenson, the client always comes first!