Our attorneys know Colorado contractors are hardworking individuals and thrifty business entrepreneurs. In Colorado’s growing construction market, contracting businesses face unique issues like worker shortages, rising construction defect lawsuits, sales-tax ambiguities, tax issues and navigating tricky paperwork.
Whether you are a subcontractor, materials suppliers or general contractor, we offer a variety of legal resources to answer your burning legal questions and offer legal support throughout all areas of your business dealings. Call us at 303-688-0944 to set up a consultation.
Legal services we provide to Colorado contractors
- Collections advice
- Contract Drafting
- Contract Review
- Corporate Records
- Employee disputes
- IRS CDOR tax defense
- DOL representation
- Representation against
How We’ve Helped Our Contracting Clients
Prosecuted Mechanics’ Liens in favor of Contractor. Our contractor attorneys have helped many contractors get paid using mechanics’ liens. In one instance, one of our lawyers pursued payment for a client by placing a mechanics’ lien against a condominium complex, ultimately recovering $449,000 as a settlement for his contractor client.
Defended Contractor against Bond Claim. In another instance, we defended a subcontractor against a bonding company seeking indemnification from the owner personally. Our attorney negotiated a settlement saving the client almost $400,000 in principal alone.
Resources for Contractors
Estate Planning for Contracting Businesses: Learn how to protect your business and keep your business legacy intact should you or your business partner become unable to work, or your partner unexpectedly decide to leave.
Contractors in the know: Read all about the latest legislative updates that may affect your contracting business.
Tips for Staying Tax Compliant: Learn about the top 3 things you should do to keep your business tax compliant.
5 Mistakes to Avoid on Your Mechanics’ Lien: Learn about these 5 popular mechanics’ lien mistakes and how to avoid them.
5 Mistakes to Avoid in your Construction Contracts: A strong contract provides protection for both you and your clients; learn how to avoid common mistakes when creating yours.
Are your Hiring Practices DOL Compliant?: Learn about the items that should be at the top of your hiring checklist.
Getting Paid – 4 Legal Tools for Contractors: Learn what your legal tools are for getting a stubborn client to pay up.
Tips for Dealing with a Dissatisfied Client: Learn how to keep your customers happy and strategies for dealing with dissatisfied clients.
Call us now at 303-688-0944 to schedule your consultation with one of our Colorado contractor attorneys, who can review your case and help establish the next steps toward resolving your legal issue.