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Client Success

“When a Denver condominium community sued for unpaid assessments, it was met with a counterclaim by the owner for damage to her unit as a result of a fire.   Things got more complicated because the association’s governing documents and insurance coverage were not consistent.  As a result of H Read More...
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Utilizing Association Professionals: When to Seek Their Advice

Board members and managers serving community associations are confronted with a daunting list of obligations. These responsibilities include budgeting and financial issues; repair, maintenance and construction issues; legal interpretations, issues and disputes; planning, evaluation and policymaking; Read More...
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Fidelity Insurance—The Nitty Gritty

Fidelity insurance protects the association in the event someone associated with the association takes the association’s money and runs.  Typically, fidelity insurance will provide coverage in cases of employee theft, theft of money and securities while on premises or in transit, forgery, fund tr Read More...
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Fidelity Coverage-It has Nothing to Do with Marriage!

Fidelity insurance coverage is also known as “employee dishonesty” coverage.  It is an insurance policy meant to protect associations from loss of funds resulting from dishonest acts of its employees, directors, officers, and/or management company affiliates.  Read our full blog post. Read More...
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The 5 Most Common Types of Insurance for HOAs

The 5 most common types of insurance all community associations should have. Read More...
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Are There Any Hidden Dangers in Your Community?

Condo Owner Magazine recently posted a tragic story about a 14-year old boy who fell off his skateboard and was hit by a vehicle.  The magazine reports that after building substantial speed he came down an elevated ramp in the condo parking garage, crossed the biking path that marked the edge of th Read More...
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Forced Out by Fire: Does Insurance Cover Displacement?

When disaster strikes a community, whether it be a fire, flood or other catastrophe, owners are often displaced from their homes for a considerable amount of time while restoration is completed. In a recent article, residents of a condo building will need to be out of their units for several months Read More...
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BRRR! Cold Weather Maintenance Headaches: Who is Responsible?

So far this winter, the Denver area has experienced mostly unseasonably warm weather, which has spared us from the usual flurry of snowflakes and frozen pipe claims.  But as we all know, Colorado weather is a fickle thing and a cold snap can strike at any time.  When the temperatures plummet, a co Read More...
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Maintenance and Insurance Charts - What You Need to Know

What is a maintenance & insurance chart? Why would an association benefit from one? How are they created? Read More...
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Frozen Pipes and the Resulting Water Leaks

So far this winter, the Denver area has experienced mostly unseasonably warm, dry weather, which has spared us from the usual flurry of frozen pipe claims.  But as the frigid temperatures of the last few days have reminded us, Colorado weather changes often and a cold snap is likely to strike at an Read More...

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