Adams District Court
William Best v. Caliber Home Loans; Amy Smith; unknown owners
The plaintiff says he has been making payments on 11821 E. 114th Pl. in Henderson, a property owned by his ex-girlfriend, for five years and deserves an ownership stake.
Attorneys: Carl A. Hjort III and Sarah F. Quigley, Cantafio Nagel & Song
CTF Construction v. Taylor Kohrs; Strasburg School District 31J; Western Surety Company
The plaintiff was a subcontractor on a project at the Strasburg Central Services Facility, 2102 Wagner St. in Strasburg, and accuses the defendants of not paying it $92,774.
Attorneys: Daniel C. Wennogle and Tanya A. Sevy, Moye White
Robert Byrnes dba Koala-Mate v. Castle Rock Construction Company of Colorado
The plaintiff claims that after he was hired to do fencing work along Highway 85 in Douglas County, the defendant sabotaged the project and refused to pay him.
Attorneys: Pro se
Michael Doran; Yanyang Li v. Brandon James Messer; Heidi Lynne Messer; Roth Park Place Association; Kiowa Real Estate; Patricia Arkebauer; Bra & Associates dba PMI Pikes Peak
The plaintiff homebuyers say that when the defendant Messers sold them a condo at Roth Park Place in Commerce City, they and the other defendants failed to disclose that the HOA there was suing the developer over construction defects.
Attorneys: Nicole A. Westbrook, Jones & Keller P.C.
Damian Bagby v. Your Choice Wheel and Tire; 7160 Irving Street; Anthony Albo
The plaintiff says the defendant Albo agreed to sell him Your Choice Wheel and Tire at 3250 W. 72nd Ave. in Westminster but before the sale closed, Albo stopped paying rent and the landlord took control of the property and the company’s assets.
Attorneys: Brian DeBauche
SLC Commercial Construction v. Woman Based Whatever It Takes Company dba WB Witco
The plaintiff says it paid the defendant $3.8 million to do framing and trim work at an apartment project called Karl’s Farm in Northglenn. After it was fired for poor work, the defendant unfairly recorded mechanic’s liens on the property, according to the plaintiff.
Attorneys: Jonathan G. Pray and Chloe Mickel, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck
Mauricio Narvaez v. Main Street Enterprises; Maldito Huevo; Guzman Investments; Guadalupe Guzman; Julio Guzman; Marisol Narvaez
The plaintiff, who is in the process of divorcing the defendant Narvaez, accuses the defendants of not paying him his share of profits from their real estate venture.
Attorneys: Duncan Griffiths, Kimberly Newton and Kellian Coggswell, Griffiths Law
R.G. Brinkmann Company v. Roy Jackson Electric
Motion to substitute a $174,856 bond in place of a $116,570 mechanic’s lien at 5805 N. Jackson Gap St. in Aurora.
Attorneys: Michael E. Bonifazi, Kutak Rock
Colorado Marketplace v. Xtreme Wireless; Anna Macias
Lease dispute. The plaintiff says it rented 3976 E. 104th Ave. in Thornton to the defendants, who owe an undetermined amount of money in back rent.
Attorneys: Irvin Borenstein, Borenstein & Associates
Sierra Family Limited Partnership v. 303 Performance; Crossfit Surge
Lease dispute. The plaintiff says it rented a suite at 10621 Irma Dr. in Northglenn to the defendants, who owe an undetermined amount of money in back rent.
Attorneys: Amanda H. Halstead, Mills Halstead & Zaloudek
Arapahoe District Court
Takis Hadjinicolaou v. Olive Branch Grill; Constantine Sarganis
The plaintiff says that the defendant Sarganis agreed to open a Greek restaurant with him at 6583 S. Parker Rd. in Centennial, then changed his mind six days after it opened in October 2022, fired the plaintiff and kept his property.
Attorneys: Trey Eckloff and Caitlin Rohan, Montgomery Little & Soran P.C.
Sprint Denver v. Sprint
The plaintiff claims that while it was renting 4999 Kingston St. in Denver between 1994 and 2016, it overpaid $1,002,994 in rent and wants a refund from the defendant.
Attorneys: John R. Riley, Trey Eckloff and James C. Taravella, Montgomery Little & Soran P.C.
Edward Legere v. Great Western Building Systems
The plaintiff says he paid the defendant to build a 2,400-square-foot “barndominium” in Missouri that was never built. He seeks $38,837 in damages.
Attorneys: Alan Schindler and Jacob Jones, Greenspoon Marder
American Asset Management Services Corp; Hoffman Heights Shopping Center v. Time Restaurant and Bar; Michael Gebremedhin Reda; Major Abreha Desta
Lease dispute. The plaintiffs say they rent 738-J Peoria St. in Aurora to the defendants, who owe an undisclosed amount of money in back rent or fees.
Attorneys: Amanda H. Halstead, Mills Halstead & Zaloudek
Orchard Plaza Investors v. Keystone Health and Wellness Center
Lease dispute. The plaintiff says it rented a suite at 8765 E. Orchard Rd. in Greenwood Village to the defendant, which owes $198,758 in back rent and unpaid fees.
Attorneys: Steven W. Kelly, Michael L. Schlepp and Ciara N. Kimminau, S&D Law
The Strawberry I Heatherridge Association v. Castle Crest Roofing
The plaintiff claims that it paid the defendant $8,198 to perform repair work at 13651 E. Yale Ave. in Aurora but the defendant didn’t do the work or refund the plaintiff.
Attorneys: Gabriel Stefu and Lindsay King, Western Law Group
Andrei Bindasov v. US Bank Association
The plaintiff says the defendant, which doesn’t have a security interest in his apartment at 14916 E. Hampden Ave. in Aurora, is unlawfully trying to foreclose on it.
Attorneys: Pro se
Boulder District Court
Mae Martin; Daniel Conroy; Dannymae v. Gold Coast Bank
The plaintiffs accuse the defendant of using “bait-and-switch” tactics and other deceptions related to loans at 1025 6th St. and 1065 5th St. in Boulder.
Attorneys: George V. Berg Jr. and Sally Piskun, Berg Hill Greenleaf Ruscitti
Firm Foundations v. Hammerwell; Water Cottages
The plaintiff subcontractor says it poured a foundation at 3718 Spring Valley Rd. in Boulder for the defendants but hasn’t been paid and is still owed $46,149.
Attorneys: James D. Thorburn
Garrett Construction Company v. DJR dba Encore Mechanical; Tammi Danielson; Dale Reeves
The plaintiff, a contractor on the Lofts at Highlands in Longmont, says it hired the defendant subcontractor, which failed to get the job done.
Attorneys: Timothy W. Gordon and Ryan Lundquist, Holland & Hart
Broomfield District Court
Builders Warehouse v. ESL Broomfield Al; SF Construction; RG Brinkmann Company dba Brinkmann Construction; Anthony Scott Falcone
Foreclosure of a mechanic’s lien at 1450 W. 169th Ave. in Broomfield due to $360,085 in unpaid construction materials.
Attorneys: Daniel P. Murphy and Eric M. Lee, Murphy & Decker P.C.
Denver District Court
Richard Robbins; Kerry Moriarty v. High Street Development LLC; Cypress Construction LLC: Theodore S. Halaby Jr.
The plaintiffs say they bought 2257 S. High St. in Denver from the defendants, who failed to disclose there were several construction defects, including water leakage.
Attorneys: J. Scott Sweeney, Sweeney Construction Law
1280 Lafayette Residential LLC v. Vacation Rentals LLC dba Corp Housing LLC, a Florida limited liability company
The plaintiff, a landlord for several apartments at 1280 N. Lafayette St. in Denver, accuses the defendant of abandoning leases there well before they expired.
Attorneys: Brian T. Ray and Christopher J. Conant, Hatch Ray Olsen Conant
Nicholas Gable; Tara A. Gable v. Namcap Agriculture LLC; David Capozzoli
Lease dispute. The plaintiffs say they leased agricultural land in southern Colorado to the defendants, who agreed to pay $27,000 in rent but reneged on that agreement.
Attorneys: Nicholas F. Labor, Robinson Waters & O’Dorisio P.C.
McCarty and Company Construction LLC v. 1833 Emerson LLC; Farrington Construction Management LLC; Denver Public Trustee
Foreclosure of a mechanic’s lien at 1833 N. Emerson St. in Denver due to $45,533 in unpaid labor and materials.
Attorneys: Robert H. Miller, Miller & Law P.C.
Sonley Retail LLC v. TSCB LLC
Lease dispute. The plaintiff says it rented 652 S. Colorado Blvd. in Glendale to the defendant, which owes more than $69,000 in back rent and fees.
Attorneys: Douglas W. Brown and Scott W. Drusch, Brown Dunning Walker Fein Drusch P.C.
Taxi Building III LLC v. PG Arnold Construction LLC
Motion to substitute a $1,895,436 bond in place of a $1,263,624 mechanic’s lien at the Taxi Campus, 3347 and 3461 Ringsby Court in Denver.
Attorneys: Christopher J. Dawes and Kirsten N. Kube, Fox Rothschild
Joseph Fauskee v. KCP LLC; Rick L. Kubacki
The plaintiff says he paid the defendants $25,000 to remodel 3726 N. Humboldt St. in Denver and the defendants did shoddy work, resulting in “myriad construction defects.”
Attorneys: Christopher Barr Davlin, Robinson & Henry P.C.
Sandford Smith; Angela Smith v. The Estate of Alan S. Marks; Jonathan A. Marks; Candlewyck Condominium Association; Hammersmith Management; Worth Ross Management Co. Inc.; Front Range Roofing Systems LLC; Adolfson & Peterson
The plaintiffs, former residents of Candlewyck Condominiums at 7865 E. Mississippi Ave. in Denver, claim the defendants Front Range Roofing and Adolfson damaged sewage pipes and “caused toxic fumes to invade” their apartment, making them sick.
Attorneys: David Krivit, Krivit Law
Dingo Realty Group LLC v. Stewart Title Guaranty Company; Equity Title Agency LLC dba Equity Title of Colorado
The plaintiff claims that after it bought 3570 N. Glencoe St. in Denver for $306,000, it learned that the defendants hadn’t disclosed the house contains methamphetamine.
Attorneys: Eric R. Jonsen and Vandana Koelsch, Allen Vellone Wolf Helfrich & Factor P.C.
Kline Veio LLC v. Therapydia Inc., a Delaware corporation
Lease dispute. The plaintiff says it rents a suite at 100 Garfield St. in Denver to the defendant, which owes $178,047 in back rent and fees.
Attorneys: Shannon M. Weigel, Kline Alvarado Veio P.C.
Krista Kamper; Matthew Kamper v. Relion Restoration and Construction LLC; DKI Services LLC dba DKI Restoration LLC
The plaintiffs claim they paid the defendants $138,238 to repair 6360 Arapahoe Court in Parker after a fire and the defendants abandoned the project.
Attorneys: David O. Hansen, Kumpf Charsley & Hansen
J and R Services LLC dba KeeVac Industries v. The Tendit Group LLC fka Top Gun Pressure Washing LLC
Lease dispute. The plaintiff says it rented 6351 Beach St. in Denver to the defendant, which “failed to fulfill its maintenance responsibilities under the lease.”
Attorneys: James B. Lapin and Juli E. Lapin, Robinson Waters & O’Dorisio P.C.
Christian D’Angelo v. Dorota A. Lisowska; Emerson 06052018 LLC
The plaintiff accuses the defendants of lying about the parking situation when they sold him a condo at 75 N. Emerson St. in Denver.
Attorneys: Gerald L. Jorgensen, Jorgensen Brownell & Pepin P.C.
Acuity, a Wisconsin corporation, as subrogee of 5925 E. Evans LLC v. Black Esthetics & Artistry LLC
The plaintiff claims the defendant salon started a fire at 5925 E. Evans Ave. in Denver and cost the plaintiff $120,000 by leaving faulty appliances near hot wax.
Attorneys: Jennifer J. Gifford and Lindsey K. Wholey, Lambdin & Chaney
The Sherman Agency v. Awaken Adult Gymnastics LLC; Orench Lagman; Crystal J. Hatch
Lease dispute. The plaintiff says it rented 777 Santa Fe Dr. in Denver to the defendants, who owe an undetermined amount of money in back rent.
Attorneys: Alan Greenberg, Greenberg Sada & Moody P.C.
Douglas District Court
The Meadows Neighborhood Company v. Castle Rock Development Company; Clayton Properties Group II dba Oakwood Homes
The plaintiff accuses the defendants of doing shoddy landscaping and construction work at The Meadows, a 5,000-unit community in Castle Rock.
Attorneys: Michael M. Menghini and Grace M. Osberg, Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh Jardine P.C.
Zachariah Ewy v. Western Enterprises dba Renovations Landscaping
The plaintiff says he hired the defendant to build a patio for $122,341 at 5085 Rialto Dr. in Parker and the defendant did shoddy work that failed inspections.
Attorneys: Theodore A. Wells and Mark Honhart, Mark Allen & Curry P.C.
Jennifer Campbell v. Visions at Happy Canyon; Kelly Nixon
Lease dispute. The plaintiff says it rented 2240 Mercantile Ave. in Castle Rock to the defendants, who stopped paying rent and abandoned the property.
Attorneys: Gideon Dionne, Immix Law Group P.C.
Catamount Constructors v. Bedrock Excavating Corp; CSI Financial
The plaintiff claims that after it hired the defendant Bedrock to do excavation work on the Alana Apartments, 5970 Alpine Vista Circle in Castle Rock, and the Promenade at Castle Rock, 5900 Promenade Pkwy., the defendant abandoned the projects.
Attorneys: Laurence F. Dunn III
Allstate Fire and Casualty Insurance Co. v. Reliance Worldwide Corporation
The plaintiff accuses the defendant valve company of manufacturing a faulty valve and causing water damage to 10562 Ridgecrest Circle in Highlands Ranch.
Attorneys: Jennifer A. Poynter and Matthew A. Foster, Poynter Law
Allstate Vehicle and Property Insurance v. 3D Industries dba CertaPro Painters of South Denver; Rockstar Painting
The plaintiff accuses the defendants of causing a fire at 16392 Maple Rock Court in Parker by haphazardly leaving combustible painting materials in a trash bag there.
Attorneys: Jennifer A. Poynter and Matthew Foster, Poynter Law
State Farm Fire and Casualty Co. v. Confluence Builders; Custom Home Services dba CHS Plumbing Arizona; Akin’s Plumbing
The plaintiff accuses the defendants of causing flooding at 115 N. Wilcox St. in Castle Rock by making faulty repairs to pipes there.
Attorneys: Alan Greenberg and Caroline Sada, Greenberg Sada & Moody P.C.
Jefferson District Court
Emma Gianani; Ellen Maki v. Schwalb Builders; Avi’s Remodeling and Contracting
The plaintiffs claim they hired the defendants to finish a basement at 6887 W. Adriatic Ave. in Lakewood but the defendants didn’t do any work on the basement.
Attorneys: Kirsten Myers, Pearson & Paris P.C.
Green Mountain Holdings v. Babu; Murtazi Sharvashidze
Lease dispute. The plaintiff says it rents a unit at 11100 W. 8th Ave. in Lakewood to the defendants, who stopped paying rent in September and abandoned the property.
Attorneys: Brian T. Ray, Hatch Ray Olsen Conant
Bill Armstrong v. Luxe Applied Sciences; William Lindsey
The plaintiff claims he paid the defendants $14,072 for construction work at 29033 Needles Trail in Evergreen but the work was not done and the money not returned.
Attorneys: David M. McLain and Morgan L. Simpson, Higgins Hopkins McLain & Roswell
Annaliese Lorenzen; Christine Haftman; Donald Haftman; Casey Lorenzen v. M&B Construction; William Travis Boyd Jr; Justin Ridenour dba Sparks; Dion Mosley III;
The plaintiffs, who are owners and residents of 7132 S. Lewis Court in Littleton, say they paid the defendants $198,967 for renovations there and the work was shoddy.
Attorneys: Christopher T. Groen, Fox Rothschild
U.S. District Court — Colorado
Travelers Property Casualty Company of America v. Pivot Adjusters LLC; Christopher P. Wilson; Irox Holdings LLC
The plaintiff accuses the defendant Pivot of convincing the Georgetown Village Homeowners Association in Centennial to sign a $5.1 million appraisal demand for hail damage, even after Georgetown entered into a much cheaper contract for the repairs.
Attorneys: Amy M. Samberg and Edward C. Denby, Clyde & Co.
United States of America v. Jessica Saepoff; Randy Styer
The plaintiff accuses the defendants, a married Washington couple who claim to be sovereign citizens, of filing spurious liens totaling $24.2 million against the Internal Revenue Service and three IRS agents. The plaintiff wants the liens expunged.
Attorneys: Benjamin Kapnik, Assistant U.S. Attorney