Construction Defect Claims in Loveland

Protecting Your Best Interests

Construction defects on new properties or remodel projects can cost owners and HOAs in time, money, and unnecessary headache. The legal problems that can arise from construction defects can put undue hardship on you as a landowner or property manager. These situations can also substantially reduce the value of the building.

Common Construction Defects

Defects include when buildings are not built to code or when a property is somehow unusable due to flaws in its construction.

We handle a range of defect claims, including:

  • Mold growth
  • Flooding from faulty drainage
  • Leaking windows
  • Foundation or floor cracks
  • Rising or settling foundations
  • Roof leaks
  • Moisture in the stucco
  • Improperly installed electrical systems
  • Slips, trips, and falls caused by defects

Extensive Experience in Complex Matters

At Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C., our Loveland construction law attorneys have substantial experience on both sides of a construction defect claim. With have over three decades of defense and prosecution experience and understand the complexities of a claim. Your matter may involve complying with mandatory procedures set forth by the Construction Defect Action Reform Act (CDARA), statutes of limitations in the law, and the Colorado Trust Fund Statute.

Your case may also involve legal action against insurance companies, who will work hard to protect their bottom line. Your attorney will always stand up for your rights and best interests, and we will use our extensive experience to help you seek a favorable outcome.

Professional Advice & Inspections

Our firm has decades of experience analyzing construction defects. These issues have a six-year statute of repose under common law, or a two-year statute to file from the moment you notice any defects. Our attorneys can help find a solution for your unique property issue, but it is important that you do not wait to contact our firm. We employ the aid of industry experts and can even refer you to a certified property inspector to avoid potential pitfalls before you buy.

Our attorneys and staff have real life experience with construction defects and we can advise and guide you to a solution that protects your rights and best interests. Contact us for the help you need in building your claim.

Holding Contractors Accountable

General contractors, subcontractors, and those supplying materials can be held responsible for unfinished or substandard work through anticipatory breach claims, coverage claims, and claims for delay damages. Under the CDARA, contractors may be put on notice for litigation.

We can also show you how to insure or bond over around mechanic’s liens to avoid interference with financial transactions. This can force the contractor to pay unpaid subcontractors and indemnify you with attorney’s fees, treble damages and judgements that are bankruptcy-proof.

Foundation & Basement Damage

Many homes across Colorado have inappropriate foundations due to our state’s soil and contractors using cheaper floating footers or improperly over digging. This can collect water in volumes that will overwhelm drains and sump pumps, causing cracking, bends, leaking, and failing walls.

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We’ve Helped Thousands Like You

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!

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