Ciancio Ciancio Brown, P.C.
(303) 872-8919
(800) 746-3560

Leaders in Litigation

December 2015 Archives

Explaining damages awarded based on loss of companionship

Some people believe that damages and compensation awarded to injured individuals or family members of someone that has died are only economic in nature. While the loss of future earnings, medical bills and catastrophic care costs are often the subjects of compensation, a loss of companionship may also result in compensation.

What should I expect in a construction defect case?

Watching your dream home be constructed from the ground up can be one of the most exciting events of your life. During the construction process, there are thousands of elements that must come together to properly complete the project. However, sometimes issues arise that make it necessary to put the project on hold in order to properly address any problems or concerns. When these issues go unaddressed, homeowners may experience construction defects down the road, after completion, that could turn their dream home into a nightmare.

Man kills three in Planned Parenthood shooting

Many times we are unaware of the thoughts behind some of the times most heinous crimes. In recent weeks, Colorado has been rocked with terrible acts that have left most wondering what's next. For the authorities of Colorado Springs, the next step may be trying to figure out what prompted the most recent act of terror; the mass shooting at a Planned Parenthood facility, and why one of their own is dead.

How does the eminent domain law affect homeowners?

For most Americans, our homes are our one true safe haven and a source of pride and joy in our lives. That is why the idea of eminent domain is so difficult for many to swallow. The thought of the government displacing families for the sake of a new highway or sewer line is unfathomable to most. While the law of eminent domain requires that the purchasing entity offers fair market value for properties acquired under it, the offer doesn't represent the time, effort and memories that go into making a house a home. Fortunately, for homeowners there is a way to fight back for proper compensation: an attorney.

Finding defects after a home inspection

When a new home is built, the municipal inspector will perform an inspection to approve the construction and see that it is ready to be put on the market. When there is an individual looking to purchase the home, the purchaser may hire their own independent inspector. In fact, for the sale of most homes an inspection is required by the lender. Occasionally, defects are discovered in a home after the sale, even when the purchaser had an independent inspection. When this happens, homeowners may wish to turn to an attorney with construction litigation experience to help resolve the matter.

Email us your case details

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.


Privacy Policy

Broomfield Office
390 Interlocken Crescent
Suite 350
Broomfield, CO 80021

Toll Free: 800-746-3560
Phone: 303-872-8919
Fax: 303-464-8000
Map & Directions

Denver Office
1660 Lincoln Street
Suite 2000
Denver, Colorado 80264

Toll Free: 800-746-3560
Phone: 303-395-4773
Fax: 303-464-8000
Map & Directions

Breckenridge Office
106 North French Street
Suite 230
Breckenridge, CO 80424

Toll Free: 800-746-3560
Phone: 970-285-3077
Fax: 303-464-8000
Map & Directions

Privacy Policy | Business Development Solutions by FindLaw, part of Thomson Reuters.