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Colorado Trust Fund Statute And Fiduciary Duty

Posted March 07, 2023

WHAT DOES THE COLORADO TRUST FUND STATUTE SAY? IF YOU ARE A CONTRACTOR, READ CAREFULLY, RESEARCH THIS STATUTE, AND DO NOT GET THIS WRONG. C.R.S. § 38-22-127 states: “[a]ll funds disbursed to any contractor or subcontractor under any building, construction, or remodeling contract or on any construction project shall be held in trust for the payment […]

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Is The Indemnification Provision In My Construction Contract Valid?

Posted February 14, 2023

INDEMNIFICATION IN CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS. When reviewing, negotiating, and drafting construction contracts in Colorado, practitioners have to consider whether the indemnification provision is legal. One hot topic that arose over the past few years was whether a party to a construction contract can contract away their own negligence – that is, whether a party can make […]

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The Utility Of Quiet Title Actions

Posted February 09, 2023

QUIET TITLE ACTIONS Quiet title actions may be an appropriate remedy for all manner of real estate disputes involving title to real property. A landowner may wish to challenge the legitimacy of a lien, correct errors in a deed, or remove a cloud on title. An heir may claim ownership of a property, or a […]

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Statute Of Limitations: How Does Timing Affect Your Potential Claim?

Posted December 15, 2022

DON’T MISS YOUR STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS! One important matter all potential litigants need to consider prior to preparing a lawsuit is whether their claims have expired. Most potential claims will be subject to something called a “statute of limitations,” defined as any law that bars claims after a certain period of time passes after an […]

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What Are The Stages Of A Typical Civil Lawsuit In Colorado

Posted December 02, 2022

The most frequent questions clients ask when it comes to involvement in a civil lawsuit in Colorado are: What is the lawsuit process in Colorado? What should I expect when served with a lawsuit? How long is this lawsuit going to take? How much will this cost? As to the last two questions, most of […]

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How Do I Collect My Money Judgment?

Posted November 08, 2022

PRE AND POST-JUDGMENT REMEDIES TO SECURE YOUR DAMAGES AWARD You may be considering suing someone. You know you have been wronged, and you believe there is enough evidence to prove it. However, you’re concerned that – even if you win – the person you are suing won’t be able to pay the judgment. This could […]

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Where Can You Sue A Business And Why Does Location Matter?

Posted October 06, 2022

If you’re thinking about suing a business (or a person), then several questions are going through your head. How much money will this cost? Will I win? Where do I find a good lawyer? Among the many thoughts swirling in your mind, you might be asking where you should file the lawsuit. Answering that question […]

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Types Of Damages In Colorado Court Cases

Posted October 05, 2022

When you are a victim of some kind of accident, incident, or breach, and it’s caused by another person’s negligent or intentional act, you may be entitled to compensation in the form of damages. Damages is a legal term to represent the sum of money you deserve for any property damage, bodily injury, economic loss, […]

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How To File A Mechanic’s Lien In Colorado

Posted October 03, 2022

Mechanics’ liens are an important tool for contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers when it comes to enforcing their rights to payment for work provided on a construction project. Colorado has specific laws that govern the filing and enforcement of mechanics’ liens, and it is important to understand these laws before attempting to file a lien. WHAT […]

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Colorado Premises Liability Act Updates

Posted May 28, 2022

Premises liability is a cause of action which encompasses many different factual scenarios and impacts many individuals throughout Colorado. Whether you are being sued for premises liability – or looking to bring a premises liability lawsuit against another – the need for swift and efficient resolution is of utmost importance. WHAT IS THE PREMISES LIABILITY […]

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