Litigation

Can I Sue My Contractor for Overcharging?

Dec 25, 2022

You chose the lowest bidder for your home renovation project. A prudent move, so you thought. Then how come you’ve been billed twice as...

Is it Worth it to Sue My Bad Contractor?

Dec 25, 2022

The last thing you want during a major project is to get tied down in litigation against a bad contractor. Unfortunately, poor workmans...

What Are My Legal Options if the Contractor Left Unfinished Work?

Dec 20, 2022

You hired a contractor. You paid the contractor. Then halfway through your expensive home renovation project, the contractor disappeare...

Can I Sue My Contractor for Doing Unpermitted Work?

Dec 14, 2022

When you had your kitchen remodeled, you hoped it would add great value when you decided to sell your home. Now it’s the reason you can...

Dealing with a Difficult Contractor: What Kind of Lawyer Do You Need?

Dec 13, 2022

The new addition on your home wasn’t supposed to feel like a subtraction. However, due to hiring the wrong contractor, your long-term i...

If You Are a Victim of Police Brutality in Colorado

Dec 5, 2022

There is a line between enforcing the law and abusing its authority. When law enforcement officers cross that line by using excessive f...

Common Claims: Collect the Money You’re Owed

Nov 28, 2022

Whether you are owed a debt or you owe money, the laws around collection are complex and numerous. Our attorneys can help you sort it a...

You Have Legal Recourse if You’ve been Defrauded by False Advertising

Nov 28, 2022

Advertisements are everywhere in our modern world. They vie for our attention no matter what kind of media we’re consuming. They are in...

Federal Asset Forfeiture: Recover My Seized Property

Nov 15, 2022

Did you know that the federal government can confiscate your car, house, or boat if it suspects you drove it to transport illegal drugs...

FAQ: What are a Creditor’s Rights When a Debtor Files for Bankruptcy?

Nov 14, 2022

Someone owes you or your business money, but they’ve just filed for bankruptcy. As a creditor, you understand that once you’ve been not...