During the first years of a new residential development’s life, owner associations are often controlled by builders and developers whose goal is to limit the repairs they are required to make. When control is turned over to the residents, the property owners are typically left with both the problems and the repair bill.
Burg Simpson is a leading construction defect litigation law firm serving condominium, townhouse and homeowners associations. From offices in Denver, we represent homeowner associations throughout Colorado.
Contact us today to schedule a confidential consultation with one of our experienced attorneys.
Working Towards Lasting Solutions for Construction Defects
Our attorneys work hard with homeowner associations and their consulting experts to get construction defects permanently fixed so the problems don’t return. We warn our clients to avoid band-aid or cosmetic approaches that fail to address the underlying problems.
We can help homeowner association boards identify highly qualified and experienced construction experts and engineers to evaluate problems, needed repair alternatives and estimated costs. We will help you deal with emergency repairs while your lawsuit is in progress.
Before seeking remedies through litigation, we advise our clients to attempt to resolve problems with builders and developers through other means. Litigation can be a costly and time-consuming process. Often negotiation is a more cost-effective and efficient way of resolving construction defect problems with a builder.
Effectively Communicating with Association Members
As effective communicators, we are able to explain the issues and alternatives to association members as necessary. We can address the concerns of members at board meetings before and after any legal actions, and we can draft litigation updates for association members.
Addressing a Wide Range of Construction Defects
Our law firm has represented thousands of condominium, townhome and homeowners associations in Colorado seeking damages for residential construction defects such as:
- Soil and slope instability and geologic hazard problems
- Real and artificial (EIFS) stucco failure
- Water intrusion and building envelope failures
- Roof failures
- Underground drain failures
- Design errors
- Poor workmanship
- Building material and product failures
- Roadway problems
- Construction material and building product failures
- Failing roads and infrastructure
- Our Fee
Our goal is to give homeowners the house they were promised.
Read our complete detail of Fees and Costs here.
Fill out the form on the right or call our homeowner and condominium law attorneys today for a free, confidential consultation.
Because each persons situation is unique, and the law related to condominium and homeowners associations is constantly changing, please do not rely on anything in this Website as legal advice. To understand your legal rights you must speak directly to a lawyer about your problem. Read our complete disclaimer.