A Business Litigation & False Claims Act/Whistleblower Firm

Construction Litigation

Behind each client’s business is a person. And in any construction dispute, someone was involved at the business. The case needs to be about the people–not the name of the business.

It’s about the people.

Our construction practice includes representing developers, contractors, subcontractors and material suppliers.   Our cases span the full range of construction disputes from complex delay and disruption claims to disputed change orders and mechanic’s liens. 

We know how to evaluate and resolve construction disputes with a view toward your goals, and overall interests and success.  Our construction practice is not plaintiff or defendant specific.  We represent construction professionals who are entitled to payment for their work; and we represent construction professionals to defend them when they are not responsible for payment and/or have been alleged to have performed substandard or defective work. 

Because we represent clients on both sides of the “v,” we believe this gives us an advantage.  Having represented both plaintiffs and defendants, we have gained significant experience and know what works and does not work in pursuing and defending cases.  Drawing on over twenty years of experience, we know how to develop winning theories for both plaintiffs and defendants.  We also understand the importance of an early risk/reward analysis up front in all of our construction cases.  We use this risk/reward analysis in connection with our client’s goals and objectives to develop the best path forward.

Construction litigation can—and often does—put a strain on the resources of the business.  We partner with our clients to make sure that our fee arrangements make sense for the needs of the case.  Where appropriate, we work with our clients to come up with mutually beneficial fee arrangements, including contingent fee agreements, alternative fee agreements and flat fee agreements.

The vast majority of construction disputes settle.  The best path to a successful settlement, however, is being prepared to try a case to verdict.  We approach each construction case with this mindset, keeping in mind our client’s budget and overall goals. 

Recent matters include:

  • Representing subcontractor with delay and disruption claims, and disputed change orders in connection with the construction of a senior living facility.
  • Represented subcontractor to recover money owed in connection with work on federal and state funded construction projects.
  • Represented general contractor in lawsuit alleging defects related to construction of custom home.

Enockson Law represents clients in state courts throughout Colorado,
as well as in federal court and arbitration proceedings.

Enockson Law represents clients in state courts throughout Colorado, as well as in federal court and arbitration proceedings.

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