Benson, Kerrane, Storz & Nelson Goes CarbonFree for Ten Years

by Jeffrey P. Kerrane KS NewsColoradoGet to Know BKSNAccoladesGiving BackPress Releases

The construction defect law firm of Benson, Kerrane, Storz & Nelson announced today that it has offset its carbon emissions for the past ten years with, the country's leading carbon solutions organization.

CLLARO Awards Dinner

by AnnMarie Spain, Esq. ColoradoGet to Know BKSNGiving Back

Benson , Kerrane, Storz & Nelson was honored to be a sponsor for Colorado Latino Leadership, Advocacy and Research Organization’s (CLLARO) annual Bernie Valdez Awards Dinner.

BKSN Profiled in CTLA’s Trial Talk

by Jeffrey P. Kerrane, Esq. & Trial Talk ® KS NewsArticlesColoradoGet to Know BKSN

Fifteen years ago, when Benson, Kerrane, Storz & Nelson opened its doors in Colorado, construction defect legislation was not the hot topic it is today. In 1986, Colorado quietly reduced its statute of repose from 10 years down to 6 years, giving Colorado the distinction of having one of the shortest statutes of repose in the country. In 2001 and then again in 2003, the legislature passed reforms which limited the types of damages homeowners could collect and created a pre-litigation notice of claim process. Additionally, the legislature capped damages under Colorado’s Consumer Protection Act. With each change, the builders declared victory and announced that the changes they wanted to protect the residential construction industry.