Wednesday, March 3, 2010

HHMR's Blog Listed in "55 Resources on State Construction Laws"

I am happy to announce Colorado Construction Litigation, the blog by the attorneys at Higgins, Hopkins, McLain & Roswell, LLC has recently been listed in "55 Resources on State Construction Laws." 

According to that posting:  "Over the past few years, there has been an increasing emphasis on construction law and trends in construction law. Therefore, if an individual is involved in the construction business or in an affiliated industry, it is important to have a basic understanding of these construction law trends at this point in time in the 21st century. Here are 55 sites, 5 general on one for each state that will help you in your quest for information. With sites from construction law news, blogs, to lawyers that can help if you need it. If you are in the construction fields, this is a list you want to keep track of." 

The link to our blog correctly points out that "Higgins, Hopkins, McLain & Roswell, LLC is highly regarded for its experise in construction law and the litigation of complex construction claims. HHMR provides its clients with advice and counseling regarding the best methods to avoid litigation in the first place."

By looking through this blog, it is easy to see that its author has compiled a very good referral list to construction laws throughout the 50 states, as well as listing excellent materials regarding general construction law. I hope that for those of you who deal with construction litigation outside of Colorado, or need information regarding construction laws in other venues, will find this information useful.

If you have any questions regarding construction law or construction litigation in Colorado please contact David M. McLain by phone at (303) 987-9813 or by e-mail at  For an explanation of construction law in Colorado please visit our website or request a copy of our Overview of Construction Defect Litigation in Colorado.

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