Important

COVID-19 Update

With the ever-changing nature of the COVID-19 outbreak, the safety of our employees, clients, and guests is our utmost priority. As we continuously monitor the COVID-19 situation, we have been and will continue to adhere to recommendations from the World Health Organization, the Center for Disease Control, and orders from state and local authorities.

We will remain open for business with all employees currently working remotely. However, we want to assure our clients that we will continue to provide the highest level of representation for you and will ensure nothing falls through the cracks.

Our thoughts are with all of those impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. We wish everyone safety and well-being as we navigate these challenging times. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,
Mark W. Nelson, Esq.

About Us

Top-Rated Denver Lawyers

We are seasoned trial lawyers, and we understand the risks and rewards of trying cases. We will make every effort to resolve a dispute before filing suit. But, if a lawsuit must be filed, we will aggressively pursue all claims and remedies available to you under the law, and we will fight zealously to obtain the justice you deserve.

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FAQ

Attempting to negotiate directly with an insurance company or construction professional puts you at a disadvantage. Having a NLF attorney on your side gives you the benefit of our decades of experience and legal knowledge along with the comfort of knowing that we will be protecting your rights every step of the way.
Each case is unique. A number of factors go into the evaluation of your case, including the amount of provable damages, the amount of available insurance, and the percentage of fault attributable to the responsible parties. Regardless of value, it is our job to maximize your recovery.
Your health is the top priority. Seek medical treatment for your injuries as quickly as possible. It is important to document your medical care. If possible, take photos of the accident scene. After seeking initial medical treatment, contact NLF before speaking with any insurance company representatives or attorneys. Do not give a recorded statement. Preserve any evidence that you think will help your case. Our firm will take over all insurance company communication and coordinate your medical treatment so that you can focus on resting and recovering from your injuries.
NLF uses both contingency fee and hourly rate fee agreements. If we take your case on a contingency fee basis, you pay nothing at all until we win at trial or settle your case.
We pride ourselves on our courtroom results. However, we always attempt to reach a fair settlement before filing a lawsuit. As the case moves forward, the decision to go to trial will be yours. The attorneys at NLF are always ready, willing and able to try your case.
Statutes of limitations are deadlines after an injury or after the discovery of damages by which you must file suit or your claim may be barred. These deadlines vary by state and by type of legal claim. You absolutely need an attorney to assist you in evaluating these deadlines before it is too late. Colorado has relatively short deadlines for filing construction defect claims. Missing a deadline can bar your claims forever regardless of when you become aware of the defect. Do not rely upon your builder to protect your interests once you have a construction problem. Reach out to an NLF attorney today.
Contact NLF today before time runs out to file your claim. Do not sit on your rights waiting for the builder to respond to you or to make adequate repairs. Your NLF attorney will initiate the mandatory Notice of Claim process and attempt to reach a resolution before to filing a lawsuit.
Before filing a lawsuit against a construction professional (builders, developers, subcontractors, architects, engineers, designers, and material suppliers), property owners must send a written NOC describing the construction defects. The construction professionals have the opportunity to inspect the property and make a written offer to repair the defects or pay money. If the issues are not resolved to your satisfaction, you may proceed with filing a lawsuit.