Colorado: Covid-19 Safety Measures in Common Areas for Common Interest Communities

2022-01-03T15:14:45-06:00

Community associations, like all other entities in the United States, have had to learn to navigate a new landscape of COVID-19 restrictions in the past year. Associations have had to adapt to the ever-changing situation on the fly, filling in the gaps left by government guidelines and legal requirements in order to fulfill their obligation to, among others, safely maintain…

Colorado: Covid-19 Safety Measures in Common Areas for Common Interest Communities2022-01-03T15:14:45-06:00

Colorado House Bill 1290: Eroding the Failure to Cooperate Defense

2020-10-12T19:22:00-05:00

2020 has been a bit of a roller coaster, to say the least.  Governor Polis and the Colorado legislature have certainly had their hands full dealing with the pandemic, but nonetheless, they found time to protect policyholders in Colorado by preventing Insurance Carriers from engaging in revisionist history and asserting the failure to cooperate provision as a basis to avoid paying benefits owed under an insurance policy. 

Colorado House Bill 1290: Eroding the Failure to Cooperate Defense2020-10-12T19:22:00-05:00