Business owners are always making deals and signing contracts. When they do, they want to believe that the individual or entity with which they are entering an agreement is being honest. Unfortunately, there are those in Colorado and elsewhere who may say or do whatever just to get contracts signed. This is called fraudulent misrepresentation, and one can sue for damages if one is a victim of it and it caused harm.
Most lawsuits are settled without either side ever having to set foot in a courtroom. Why? It costs less for everyone to settle and move on as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, settlement agreements cannot always be reached, and some Colorado residents may find themselves taking their complex civil litigation cases to court. If doing so does not prove useful and the judge's call favors the opposing party, it may be possible to appeal the ruling.
Have you found yourself in a dispute that requires some legal assistance to resolve? Does the problem involve more than one party, high stakes, a challenging subject matter or the need for expert witnesses -- among other things? If you can say yes to any of the above, you may be dealing with a complex civil litigation case. Such cases can prove challenging to fight in a Colorado court without the right help.