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4 Elements of a Negligence Claim (and more)

Under Colorado law, there are four elements to a claim for negligence: The existence of a legal duty to the plaintiff; The defendant breached that duty; The plaintiff was injured; and, The defendant’s breach of duty caused the injury. Raleigh v. Performance...

Legal Claims Arising From a Seller’s Failure to Disclose

  Breach of Contract The vast majority of residential home sales use the standard form contract that is issued by Colorado’s Department of Regulatory Agencies or “DORA.” The contract includes provisions whereby the seller must fill out a “Seller’s Property Disclosure”...

Hiring the Right Lawyer

Everyone can appreciate the consequences of taking a bad situation and making it worse. This could not be truer than when it comes to choosing the right lawyer. By the time most clients learn that they chose the wrong attorney, it is usually very difficult to unwind...

Statute of Limitations for Breach of Contract Claims

In Colorado, a claim for breach of contract is generally subject to a three-year statute of limitations. C.R.S. § 13-80-101(1)(a). The time for bringing a claim begins to run “on the date the breach is discovered or should have been discovered by the exercise of...

4 Elements of a Breach of Contract Claim (and more)

Under Colorado law, a cause of action for breach of contract claim has four elements: The existence of a contract; Performance by the plaintiff or some justification for nonperformance; Failure to perform the contract by the defendant; and, Resulting damages to the...