According to one commentator, condos or townhomes should comprise around one-quarter of all home units in a healthy economy. In Colorado, however, that percentage is unusually low, around two or three percent. A recent article explores possible causes.
Say you and your partner finally decided to build your dream home. You researched potential architects and chose one who seemed to share your vision and who was within your budget.
As we have duly noted many times in prior select posts, insurance-related litigation can be exceedingly nuanced and complex, often focusing on technical language, differing interpretations of "what happened" in a matter, the actual causes underlying or triggering an event under a policy and additional considerations.
That above-posed blog headline cuts straight to the chase concerning subject matter that often takes center stage in contractual disputes between policyholders and insurance companies in Colorado and elsewhere across the country.
What if you're enticed by Frito-Lay's "Betcha Can't Eat Just One" challenge regarding its potato chips, and you actually command sufficient restraint to turn down that second chip?