In Hildebrand v. New Visa Homes II, LLC (Colo. App. Nov. 11, 2010), a division of the Colorado Court of Appeals addressed, among other things, what the proper measure of damages is for a construction defects claim under the Construction Defect Action Reform Act ("CDARA"). In doing so, the Court of Appeals clarified that the plaintiffs need not present alternative methods of computation of damages. Additionally, the Court of Appeals held that "inconvenience damages" were recoverable under CDARA. Finally, the Court held that the plaintiffs were not entitled to prejudgment interest for its damages based on cost to repair.