Judging from post-case comments, it is certainly not hard to see that a strong division of opinion exists regarding a recent Colorado Supreme Court ruling focused upon arbitration clauses in condominium project declarations.
When it comes to the subject of residential construction in Colorado and nationally (both single-dwelling units and multi-family projects), many articles unquestionably stress the concerns and legal rights of owners/developers more than they do the industry professionals tasked with building new housing.
This much is undisputed: In June 2014, comedian Tracy Morgan and three other passengers riding in a limousine were rear-ended by a tractor-trailer rig. One passenger died. Another had a compound leg fracture. And, as noted in one recent media recounting of the crash, "Morgan suffered a brain injury and broke his leg and ribs."
Notwithstanding a national insurer's firm view that the merits are on its side in a dispute with a policyholder, litigation involving the firm's alleged bad-faith behavior in underpaying a claim will continue to go forward.