An insurer sues a contractor for damaging Elitch Gardens and a Boulder plaintiff claims a meth lab at an Airbnb next door to her home made her ill.
An excavator files for bankruptcy, a coffeehouse fights its landlord to block a competitor, and subcontractors are accused of shoddy work on townhomes.
A couple who lost a home in the Marshall fire sue their insurance agent, a supplier of materials claims a contractor owes $1.1 million, and two apartment complexes in Aurora facility suits over bed bugs.
Plaintiffs claim defendants failed to repair a faulty electrical room switch, which led to explosions at a Centennial property insured by the plaintiffs.
Plaintiffs sue over a tiny house, contractors claim they weren’t paid, and an investor says a defendant owes $4.4 million for failing to close on a property.
A contractor on an apartment building in Denver claims it is owed $1.3 million and a contractor on a hostel in Silverthorne claims it is owed $372,000.
A contractor claims to be owed $435,000 for property damage mitigation at a pub, and a contract dispute erupts over titles to $1.1 million in property.
A bookmobile vendor goes after a library district, a telecom provider tries to collect, and a subcontractor claims to be owed for work at Grant and 8th Avenue.
A contractor is accused of not constructing a $3 million building in Broomfield and the Denver Art Museum claims negligence in work done on a $485,000 skylight.
A contractor claims a group of hotels failed to pay for storm repairs and owes $700,000, plus mechanic’s liens and equipment lease actions.