In addition to our specialized litigation experience in employment and insurance law, Miletich PC has extensive experience in civil litigation in various venues.
In addition to our specialized litigation experience in employment and insurance law, Miletich PC has extensive experience in civil litigation in various venues. Our experience includes litigation in commercial, construction, and product liability cases. We have also successfully handled appeals, and are skilled in written and oral appellate advocacy.
We have handled commercial and franchise disputes, including breach-of-contract claims and alleged violations of the Colorado Consumer Protection Act, along with claims of fraud, misrepresentation, civil conspiracy, and breach of fiduciary duties. We have also successfully defended against claims of construction defects; and our lawyers have defended manufacturers of prescription medications, medical devices, and household products.
Miletich PC's approach to litigation is cost-competitive, and our client's goals are our paramount concern. In taking on any case or matter, we take time at the outset to understand our client's problem and objectives. We then consider the array of available options and plan a legal strategy, keeping in mind that litigation should solve problems, not create them. We then aggressively seek closure, as defined by our client's objectives.
We ensure that our client's goals are being achieved by carefully evaluating our work and focusing on strategies that advance the matter toward those goals. To this end, we:
Although we are prepared to take a case through trial and appeal, we are also aware of the potential costs of litigation even to a party that ultimately prevails. Miletich PC's lawyers have obtained favorable and cost-effective resolutions through negotiation and mediation, and we are well versed in the laws governing arbitration as well as the process itself. We have litigated questions concerning the scope of arbitration agreements and have advised clients concerning the drafting and enforceability of such agreements, as well as the pros and cons of arbitration versus litigation.