Colorado Construction Defects Attorneys

Construction Defects Client Results

No lawyer can or should guarantee any particular result because every case is unique and the law affecting the outcome of a case may change over time. Each case must be analyzed on its own merits. For more information on how to better understand the outcome a lawyer obtains in a particular case go to How to Choose a Construction Defect Lawyer.

We promise we will work hard to get the best result we can for you. Here are descriptions of some cases we have handled.

Obtained $39.5 million construction defect, foundation, and moisture intrusion settlement for Boulder County homeowner association on behalf of the owners of 226 units.

Obtained $32.5 million in product liability settlements on behalf of the owners of more than 12,000 Colorado homes with defective windows.

Negotiated $26.4 million moisture intrusion, shear wall, sound transmission, and structural fill defect settlement for Durango/La Plata County condominium association on behalf of 65 residential and 16 commercial condominium owners.

Building envelope, roof, drainage, and window product

On eve of trial, resolved structural defect and moisture intrusion lawsuit for more than $25 million for Douglas County homeowner association on behalf of over 86 condominium unit owners.

Achieved $24.3 million moisture intrusion, expansive soil, and construction defect settlement for Arapahoe County homeowner association on behalf of more than 320 condominium owners.

Negotiated $18 million moisture intrusion and construction defect settlement for Arapahoe County homeowner association on behalf of more than 56 condominium owners. Obtained separate $1.48 million settlement with stucco/EIFS applicator.

Building envelope, grading and drainage, concrete, roof, and window product

Following several days of trial, concluded $13 million leaking siding and artificial stone veneer, expansive soil and construction defect settlement for Arapahoe County homeowner association on behalf of more than 282 condominium owners, plus obtained about $1 million in repairs.

Obtained $12 million construction defect settlement for Glenwood Springs condominium homeowner association on behalf of the owners of 104 units.

Structural defect and moisture barrier

Obtained $11.7 million construction defect settlement for Summit County homeowner association on behalf of the owners of 84 units.

Obtained $11.67 million jury verdict for damages on negligent construction, negligent misrepresentation, breach of implied warranty, and breach of fiduciary duty claims against the developer, builder, and each of their principals, individually, on moisture intrusion, EIFS, and other construction defect claims on behalf of Adams County homeowner association. The case settled while on appeal for $11.75 million.

Windows, brick veneer, balconies, and roof

Flooring system defect settlement.

Negotiated $8.3 million defective building envelope, window installation, drainage and structural support settlement for the owners of 206 townhomes in Adams County.

Obtained $7.5 million construction defect settlement for Eagle County homeowner association on behalf of the owners of 24 units.

Construction defect and faulty windows.

Obtained $6.85 million construction defect settlement for Adams County homeowner association on behalf of the owners of 136 units.

Obtained $6.2 million jury verdict and judgment on behalf of four sets of Jefferson County homeowners arising from damage due to Colorado’s deeply dipping bedrock. The case settled on a confidential basis after trial.

Obtained $6.1 million bad stucco and construction defect settlement for Colorado Springs homeowner association on behalf of the owners of 126 single-family homes.

Obtained $5.3 million moisture envelope, EFIS, and structural defect settlement for 48 residential and six commercial condominium unit owner association in Denver.

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 February 13, 2020

Burg Simpson E-News: February 2020

Join Our Email List Complex Business and Commercial Litigation, Construction Defects, Dangerous Drugs & Medical Devices, Mass Tort, Class Action, Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, and Workers’ Compensation FEBRUARY 2020 E-NEWS GOOD LAWYERS 5280 Magazine Recognizes Denver’s Top Lawyers for 2020 Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine is pleased to announce that Michael S. Burg , Peter W…. Read more »

 February 13, 2020

National Trial Lawyers Announces Top Lawyers for 2020!

National Trial Lawyers Announces the Top Lawyers for 2020! Burg Simpson is pleased to announce that the National Trial Lawyers Association has selected the Top 100 Attorneys and the Top 40 Under 40 Attorneys for 2020! The National Trial Lawyers Association is an invitation-only organization composed of the premier trial lawyers from each state or region… Read more »

 February 12, 2020

Mediation vs. Arbitration: Resolving Your Commercial Dispute

Mediation vs. Arbitration: Resolving Your Commercial Dispute Most commercial contracts have a provision stating that the parties will mediate disputes before taking the issue to arbitration or trial.  For those seeking to resolve a commercial dispute, it is important to know that litigation is typically expensive, time-consuming, public, and unpredictable. A trial’s outcome is always uncertain… Read more »

 February 11, 2020

Short-Term Healthcare Insurance & the Institutionalization of Post-Claims Underwriting

Jessica L. Derakhshanian and Shane C. Fulton, trial lawyers with Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine, recently published an article in the January edition of The Colorado Trial Lawyer’s “Trial Talk” entitled Short-Term Healthcare Insurance and the Institutionalization of Post-Claims Underwriting. The article provides a review of short-term health insurance regulation over the last decade… Read more »

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 December 9, 2019

Settling Commercial Litigation Cases

An out-of-court settlement is a legally-binding agreement between the parties to a lawsuit that effectively puts an end to the legal matter. A settlement resolves all disputes inherent in the lawsuit, and results in dismissal of the claims filed in court.  Sometimes a settlement will contain a requirement that other court orders be entered effectuating… Read more »

Holding Pharmaceutical Companies Responsible – Mass Tort | Dangerous Drugs & Medical Devices

 November 12, 2019

Holding Pharmaceutical Companies Responsible – Mass Tort | Dangerous Drugs & Medical Devices

Burg Simpson’s Colorado mass tort attorneys have represented thousands of people who have suffered serious side effects after taking dangerous medications or those who have been hurt by a defective product.  If you have suffered injuries related to a defective drug or medical device, contact the Burg Simpson mass tort team at 303-790-2525.

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 November 8, 2019

Bike Crash Safety Video – Burg Simpson Personal Injury

The personal injury attorneys at Burg Simpson help fellow bicycle enthusiasts understand how to protect their rights after a bike crash and stay safe on the roads. If you have been hurt in a bike crash and need help, reach out to us today by calling our office or filling out our online free case… Read more »

7th Annual Jeremy Bitner Memorial Run for the Fallen Officers Fund

 July 1, 2019

7th Annual Jeremy Bitner Memorial Run for the Fallen Officers Fund

The Jeremy Bitner Foundation was established in honor of Englewood Police Detective Jeremy Bitner. Detective Bitner lost his life in the line of duty on May 28, 2012, after being struck and killed by a vehicle while performing a traffic stop. Jeremy served the Englewood Police Department for 8 years and during that time was assigned… Read more »

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