Federal Appellate Win – Sable Cove

September 2016

Sable Cove Condominium Association and Edge Construction, LLC v. Owners Insurance Company, Case No. 15-1261 (D.C. No. 1:14-CV-00912-MJW – D. Colo.), 10th Circuit Court of Appeals. Sable Cove alleged that a storm damaged roofs at the condominium complex. Owners insurance refused to pay the general contractor’s overhead and profit, arguing that a general contractor was unnecessary because the repairs involved only a single construction trade (roofing) and were not complex. Thereafter suit was filed for breach of the insurance contract and for unreasonable delay or denial of a claim. The trial court dismissed the case on summary judgment and the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the dismissal.

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