Bradley Damm is an Associate at Tyson & Mendes’ Colorado office. Mr. Damm’s practice focuses on personal injury, premises liability, construction defect, professional malpractice defense litigation, and commercial litigation.
Mr. Damm has extensive litigation experience in state courts throughout Colorado, the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado, and the Tenth Circuit. Mr. Damm works hard to position cases for summary judgment and successful defense at trial. In the past, Mr. Damm has successfully defended cases at trial, including construction defect and professional liability cases. Mr. Damm also has substantial experience representing developers and general contractors in complex commercial and construction defect litigation, obtaining favorable settlements for his clients.
Mr. Damm earned his J.D. from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law in 2011. As a law student, Mr. Damm served as the Managing Editor of the Denver Journal of International Law & Policy and earned the Scholastic Excellence Award in Advanced Legal Writing, the highest grade awarded to students in the field.
In his free time, Mr. Damm is an avid trail runner and enjoys skiing and traveling with his family.
Recent PostsPreserving Your Right to Arbitrate
At what point does a defendant waive its contractual arbitration rights? Courts in Colorado favor enforcement of arbitration agreements and disfavor waiver. However, the courts have identified limits as to how much a party may take advantage of court resources before the court finds the party has waived its right to arbitration.Drafting an Unchallengeable Designation of Nonparties at Fault
Colorado imposes a comparative negligence standard on damages. In particular, the Colorado legislature has declared that no defendant shall be liable for an amount greater than the defendant’s percentage of negligence or fault. However, if a defendant believes a nonparty is liable for the plaintiff’s damages, the defendant must take specific steps to protect itself and explicitly designate the nonparty at fault. Plaintiffs frequently move to strike…Obtaining Probate Court Approval of a Settlement with a Pro Se Minor or Disabled Person
On August 31, 2018, the Colorado State Judicial Branch released the revised Colorado Rules of Probate Procedure. The procedure for seeking Court approval of a personal injury settlement with a minor or disabled person is now governed by C.R.P.P. 62. Although Rule 62 provides very detailed instruction on how to obtain Court approval of a settlement with a minor or disabled person, defense counsel must still walk a fine ethical…