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Denver Construction Defects Attorney

Harding & Associates are construction law attorneys who have a vast knowledge of construction law and construction law defects. We represent developers, contractors, sub-contractors and individual property owners in all aspects of construction law.

In construction law there are prerequisites to most every legal matter, from filing liens to filing law suits. Our experienced team will counsel you on the proper procedure to file liens, their time frame and how to extinguish liens that are not done perfectly.

Did you know that for a construction litigation to be successfully presented in court a list of construction defects and valid notice must be sent? C.R.S. ' 13-20-801 et. seq. clearly provides that these prerequisites are required. We have represented clients from multi-million dollar developers to individual homeowners with contractor problems. In fact the Colorado Supreme Court recently ruled in A.C. Excavating, et al. v. Yacht Club II Homeowners Associates, et al., 114 P.2d 862 that subcontractors have a duty of care to construct homes without negligence. Previously, this duty of care was argued to extend only to general contractors.

In addition, your recovery is not just from the contractor or subcontractors. You may also be able to collect from insurance coverage that either you or your contractor holds, or even bonding companies or subcontractors. Before presenting any claim, you need to make sure that you have all the responsible parties and make sure that if you do get a verdict or settlement, that there is a party that is able to pay the amount of damages.

- Personal Injury
- Auto Accidents
- Wrongful Death

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Verdicts Harding and Associates Attorneys at Law
$5,000,000.00 judgment on theft/fraud

$4,000,000.00 verdict on a wrongful death/premises liability case

$3,000,000.00 jury verdict wrongful death claims

$2,000,000.00 settlement on bicycle auto injury

$1,900,000.00 judgment breach of duty

$750,000.00 settlement on malpractice/negligence claim

$650,000.00 settlement on automobile injury

$520,000.00 reversal of insurance denial

$400,000.00 settlement on pedestrian injury

$400,000.00 settlement on car/scooter injury

$400,000.00 settlement breach of duty

$395,000.00 settlement employment dispute

$350,000.00 settlement on automobile injury

$330,000.00 settlement in premises liability claim

$325,000.00 settlement slip and fall

$300,000.00 settlement on motor vehicle injury

$250,000.00 settlement slip and fall

$250,000.00 settlement motor vehicle injury

$225,000.00 settlement on sexual assault

$200,000.00 settlement on motor vehicle injury

$200,000.00 settlement disability/insurance denial

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Top 100 Seal Phil Harding has been named one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers in Colorado eight years in a row.

Million Dollar AdvocatePhil Harding is a member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum.

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Watch Channel 7 Article on $4,000,000 Verdict

September 24, 2010

A six year old boy fell into a man made pond located at an apartment complex in Denver. After a pre trial final offer of only $57,000.00, a Denver Jury awarded plaintiffs 4 million dollars and attributed zero contributory negligence...


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Read in the Denver Post about the $3,000,000 Verdict

March 2, 2004

Two students died in a car crash in Littleton, Colorado. There were full policy limits paid to the parents of these children from the car insurance. The parents brought suit against the liquor store that sold liquor to the driver...