As skilled advocates, our attorneys have earned the firm a reputation for excellence beyond the trial court in post-trial and appellate work. The firm is capable of handling appeals at any level. We represent our clients in the trial court and through appeal, when necessary. We also accept appellate work when our experience and effectiveness is required post trial.  Our attorneys have dozens of reported cases.  Recent appellate successes are highlighted below:

In TCD, Inc. v. American Family, 11CA1046, — P.3d —, April 12, 2012, the Colorado Court of Appeals confirmed that an allegation of defective construction and damage to a contractor’s defective work is not an occurrence under typical CGL policies. It also confirmed the four corners rule, refusing to adopt a rule that would permit consideration of information outside the four corners of the underlying complaint that was not available to the carrier. Finally, the Court refused to apply C.R.S. § 13-20-808 retroactively, following the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals decision in Greystone v. National Fire. Click here to read the opinion, which can also be found at its public cite, 12 COA 65.