Construction Dispute Lawyer

Construction Dispute Attorneys Serving Cherry Creek, Denver, Aurora, Colorado Springs & Throughout Colorado

At Leventhal Lewis, our construction dispute attorneys are equipped to handle both common and unique issues that may accompany the building process. Representing clients in all types of construction disputes, our lawyers are prepared to get to work quickly on your claims involving contract violations, poor workmanship, payment issues, construction delays, and similar legal issues to help you achieve a swift and suitable resolution. 

Call 719-694-3000 to schedule your consultation at our Colorado Springs or Denver offices today. We welcome construction dispute clients from Denver, Castle Rock, Pueblo, and surrounding areas of Colorado.

Areas of Practice

Bringing extensive knowledge and experience to each case we take, our construction dispute lawyers are here to assist with issues including:

  • Contract Disputes
  • Breach of Warranty
  • Payment Disputes
  • Construction Delays
  • Material and Supply Disputes
  • Structural Problems
  • Construction Defects
  • Poor or sloppy workmanship
  • Problems with Electricity or Plumbing
  • Code Violations
  • Liability Issues
  • Environmental Issues
  • Construction Liens and Foreclosures

If you are involved in a construction dispute, Leventhal Lewis can help. Call us today to schedule a case review and learn more.

Construction Dispute Statutes of Limitations and Repose

The Colorado Construction Defect Action Reform Act provides a two-year window during which legal action can be taken against contractors and subcontractors for construction defects. This statute of limitations applies to both new construction and modifications/additions and begins at the point when the defect is discovered or “should have” been discovered. Failure to take action within this time will negatively impact your chances of a suitable resolution.

Different than a statute of limitations, the statute of repose applies to major construction and improvement projects. With the statute of repose, you are generally only able to bring suit against a contractor, subcontractor, designer, architect, and other parties involved in major construction for six years following "substantial completion."

It Is Best to Speak With an Attorney

Not all construction disputes will require legal action, but it can be very difficult to tell if your case could benefit from legal assistance or if you are okay to handle the issue on your own. The best way to determine if you have cause to file suit or take further legal action is through a private and confidential consultation at our Colorado Springs or Denver offices. During this visit, we will listen closely to your claim, provide frank and honest information about your options, and help you choose the best way to address your construction dispute.

Why Choose Leventhal Lewis

Experienced, dedicated, and resourceful, the attorneys Leventhal Lewis are nationally recognized in multiple practice areas and have enjoyed significant success litigating claims involving all matter of business disputes. While we have the resources to operate like a much larger firm, our approach allows us to provide individual representation that truly addresses the unique concerns of the client.

If you are dealing with a construction dispute, we welcome an opportunity to meet with you, hear your side of the story, and help you understand all of your options.

Call Leventhal Lewis at 719-694-3000 to schedule a consultation at our Colorado Springs or Denver offices. We serve individuals involved in construction disputes in Castle Rock, Pueblo, and all nearby areas of Colorado.