As one of Colorado’s leading construction and real estate law firms, we have handled many significant court cases, trials, arbitrations, and have been a part of many successful settlements. Johnson Law does not guarantee any results. Each case is unique and will have unique results.
$2,085,000.00 Construction Defect Settlement With Colorado Builder
Johnson Law represented 11 homeowners in Castle Rock, Colorado in a construction defect case against builder Vision Development Group, Inc., its owner, and approximately 40 subcontractors related to defective concrete decks, stucco, and other defects. The trial court initially dismissed the case based on the builder’s contract but Johnson Law attorneys successfully appealed. Case settled prior to trial for $2,085,000.00.
$1,500,000.00 Real Estate Nondisclosure Settlement With Seller and Seller’s Real Estate Agent
Johnson Law represented the purchasers of a home in Broomfield, Colorado for the seller’s failure to disclose substantial construction defects in the home. The defendants in this case denied all wrongdoing until Johnson Law began discovery and threatened sanctions against the defendants and their attorneys. In depositions, Johnson Law attorneys were able to get the seller to admit his fraud and establish that the seller’s real estate agent had knowledge of the defects as well. Seller and Seller’s real estate agent’s combined settlements were $1,500,000.00.
Confidential Construction Defect Settlement
Johnson Law represented the owners of a custom home in rural Colorado. Combined settlement amount between builder, engineers, and key subcontractors was seven figures and well over the cost to build the home.
$1,018,000.00 Construction Defect Settlement For Foundation and Slab Defects Against National Builder
Johnson Law represented the owners of five neighboring homes in a suburb of Denver, Colorado. Each homeowner experienced varying degrees of foundation and/or slab movement. Total settlements (including the reasonable value of one homeowners’ repair-based settlement) were over $1,018,000.00 and well in excess of the construction costs experts determined would be necessary to repair the homes .
Confidential Settlement Plus $259,383.10 Judgment
Johnson Law represented the owners of a townhome in Denver, Colorado. After settling the claims with the developer, general contractor, architect, and engineer for a very significant amount, the homeowners pushed forward with their case against two key subcontractors. Counsel for the subcontractors and Johnson Law attorneys submitted written briefs on the subcontractors’ liability and damages. The judge ordered judgment in favor of the homeowners for $259,383.10.
$415,000.00 Construction Defect, Breach of Contract, and Mechanics’ Lien Trust Fund Settlement With Mountain Builder
Johnson Law represented the owners of a second home outside of Breckenridge, Colorado. The home was half built and well behind schedule when the builder began to double charge for certain items. Johnson Law attorneys got involved and advised the clients on how to terminate their contract with their builder and get it finished by a trustworthy builder. The trustworthy builders that reviewed the project advised the owners of substantial construction defects including a foundation that was not built to plans, unsafe decks, and lack of building wrap behind the custom log siding. The cost to repair was approximately $243,000.00. Johnson Law secured a settlement of $415,000.00 a few weeks before trial.
$375,000.00 Construction Defect Settlement With National Builder
Johnson Law represented a couple in Castle Rock, Colorado in a construction defect case against a national builder. The couple’s home experienced foundation failure within 1 year of purchasing the home. The builder denied the extent of defects and real cost of repair. After the first two days of the arbitration hearing, the builder increased their offer to an acceptable amount and the case settled.
$350,000.00 Construction Defect Settlement On Single Family Home Pop Top Case
Johnson Law represented a family of homeowners in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Our experts determined the builder failed to follow structural engineering plans, among other defects, when adding a second floor addition on a home that was purchased for $223,000.00 Case settled for $350,000.00 a few months before trial.
$207,481.37 Arbitration Win Against Taylor Morrison
A disabled veteran and his spouse purchased a home from Taylor Morrison in Thornton, Colorado. Our clients requested a few limited repairs and for Taylor Morrison to provide the options they selected and paid for during the purchase process. Taylor Morrison and its attorneys refused to act reasonably. The homeowners and Johnson Law hired experts to evaluate construction of the home, which opined that construction defects existed costing approximately $200,000.00 to repair. Taylor Morrison provided varying offers of about $20,000.00 and/or limited repairs to the homeowners throughout the course of the arbitration. The arbitrator issued a final award of $207,481.37 to our deserving clients.
$170,650 Settlement Plus Buyback With Real Estate Agent / Fix and Flipper For Construction Defects and Nondisclosure
A young professional couple bought a fix and flipped home in the Baker neighborhood in Denver, Colorado. They noticed problems with the home soon after moving in. Johnson Law brought claims against the fix and flipper, real estate agent, real estate brokerage, and contractors that performed the work. The settlement was amazing for the young couple as they were paid $170,650.00 plus the fix and flipper purchased the home back for significantly more than they paid for it, so they did not have to pay for any repairs. They later bought a beautiful defect-free home.
$154,701.00 Arbitration Victory For Construction Defects and Failure to Disclose Against Aspen View Homes d/b/a Horizon View Homes
A military family purchased a home from Aspen View Homes d/b/a/ Horizon View Homes (“HVH”) HVH failed to disclose substantial water damage that occurred during construction along with other defects in construction. HVH’s failure to remediate and disclose the water damage led to extensive mold in the Home. A few weeks before the arbitration hearing, HVH offered $36,000.00 to resolve the case. The final award was $154,701.00, which included our clients’ attorney fees and costs. The award was converted to a judgment and used to lien properties owned by HVH across the state of Colorado until the judgment was paid.
$125,000.00 Settlement for Defective Roof
A couple in Littleton had their mid-century modern home re-roofed by a negligent contractor. Because the roof was installed improperly, condensation rotted structural beams and caused mold to infest the home. While the roof installed by the contractor only costed the homeowners $13,000.00, the resultant damage was significant. The eventual settlement was $125,000.00.
$115,000.00 Construction Defect Settlement With National Builder
The homeowners in this matter purchased a home in Green Valley Ranch from a large national builder. The punch list that was promised to be finished before they moved in, then shortly after they moved in, was never finished. The homeowners tried very hard to work with their builder but after more than a year of no work being performed, finally called Johnson Law. Johnson Law secured a $115,000.00 settlement for various punch list issues and construction defects prior to the arbitration hearing.
$95,253.20 Arbitration Award Against Toll Brothers
After 4 years of not getting their punch list issues resolved by Toll Brothers, the homeowners contacted Johnson Law for assistance. Toll Brothers never made an offer of settlement to these clients for punch list, cabinet discoloration, and other issues following their purchase of the home from Toll Brothers. After the arbitration, the final award to the homeowners was $95,253.20.
Repair Based Settlement on Residential Duplex
A couple that owned a duplex unit contacted Johnson Law because of the defects in their home located by a forensic engineer. Johnson Law wrote a few letters and the builder of the duplex agreed to perform all repairs identified by the homeowners’ engineer, subject to the inspection by the engineer. One hundred percent of the repairs, engineering, and inspection costs were paid by the builder.
Johnson Law has many other significant victories, settlements, and happy clients. Please contact us to discuss your particular case. 303.586.4829