Insights: Construction defects reforms cost lawyers, but it might not save much for Colorado home buyers

After years of Colorado legislative fights over how to save time and money on litigation, two significant but insufficient things happened over the last three weeks that help nail down the issue of construction defects.  If changing the rules of the courts to address defendants’ liability sounds like the bygone battles of tort reform, then you’re onto something. Tort reform is a ghost of Mississippi.     Read the article…………..


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