Jim Chalat

Top rated personal injury attorney in Denver, Colorado

Chalat Hatten & Banker PC
Jim Chalat
Chalat Hatten & Banker PC

Practice Areas: Personal injury, Medical malpractice, Products liability; view more

Licensed in Colorado since: 1977

Education: University of Denver Sturm College of Law

Selected to Super Lawyers: 2006 - 2023
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Chalat Hatten & Banker PC

1600 Broadway Street
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With 40 years of practice under his belt, Jim Chalat is a senior partner at Chalat Hatten & Banker PC. He represents personal injury victims, families who have suffered from wrongful death cases and handles complex litigation involving motor vehicle accidents, including truck, pedestrian, bicycle, and rideshare accidents, ski and snowboarding cases, premises and product liability cases, and malpractice cases. 

Let his experience work for you.

A Colorado lawyer since 1977, Mr. Chalat is Board Certified as a Civil Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. He is a sustaining member of the American Association for Justice and the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association.

Mr. Chalat’s work has allowed him to engage with a diverse range of clients, from a profoundly disabled son of Hispanic American farm laborers to Olympic Athletes, urban office workers, physicians, and elite business people. 

In June 2007, Mr. Chalat obtained a record $10.1 million verdict on behalf of a child in a complicated medical malpractice case; it was one of the largest medical negligence verdicts in Colorado history. In January 2010, he tried the case of a man crushed by a drunk driver, and the judge awarded an $18.5 million verdict to his client.

His commitment to his clients and his success in the courtroom have not gone unrecognized. Jim has been selected for the Colorado SuperLawyers list annually. Since 2015, Denver's premier magazine 5280 has named him as one of only five "Top Denver Lawyers" in the personal injury category. Most recently, he has been selected by Best Lawyers for recognition as 2017 Best Lawyers - Lawyer of the Year, Professional Malpractice Law for Plaintiffs.

Mr. Chalat is an active member of the community investing time in pro bono case work, law school lectures (at institutions such as Harvard Law School and the University of Denver Sturm College of Law), and youth mentoring. Each year, the firm receives the Colorado Supreme Court’s Pro Bono Achievement Award which requires each attorney to volunteer more than 40 hours annually to matters benefiting financially disadvantaged clients. Jim has also volunteered for the Colorado State Bar Association’s high school mock trial program and was active for over 20 years in the Inns of Court in Denver, an organization focused on legal ethics and professionalism.

Born in California, raised in Detroit, and educated at the University of Michigan and the University of Denver College of Law, Mr. Chalat has settled in Colorado. He is a father to four grown children and husband to fellow law partner, Linda Chalat.

Jim is available today and would like the opportunity to discuss your case: 303.861.1042

Practice areas

Personal injury - general: plaintiff, Personal injury - medical malpractice: plaintiff, Personal injury - products: plaintiff, Professional liability: plaintiff

Focus areas

Animal bites, Motor vehicle accidents, Personal injury - plaintiff, Slip and fall, Wrongful death, Brain injury, Trucking accidents, Premises liability - plaintiff, Medical malpractice, Birth injury, Delayed or incorrect diagnosis, Motor vehicle defects, Legal malpractice, Professional malpractice - other, Ethics & professional responsibility

  • 70% Personal injury - general: plaintiff
  • 10% Personal injury - medical malpractice: plaintiff
  • 10% Personal injury - products: plaintiff
  • 10% Professional liability: plaintiff

First Admitted: 1977, Colorado

Professional Webpage: https://chalatlaw.com/the-firm/jim-chalat/

Pro bono/Community Service:
  • Evergreen H.S. Mock Trail Team, Attorney Coach (2007 State Champs)
  • Soda Creek Property Owners Association, Director (1991-1995)
  • Colorado Bar Association, High School Mock Trial Attorney Coach for Evergreen HS (2007-2008): Regional Winners, placed 10th nationally
  • Congregation Beth Evergreen, Volunteer, Evergreen, CO (1993 - 2001)
  • Boy Scouts of America, Volunteer
  • Jefferson County Juvenille Review Board, Member
  • Colorado Bar Association, High School Mock Trial Attorney Coach-Evergreen HS (2007 - 2008)
  • Colorado Ballet Board of Trustees, Fundraising (1995 - 1997)
  • National Student Trial Advocacy Competition, Judge-Regional Finals ATLA (1986 - 1987)
  • Juvenile Review Board, Jefferson County (1988 - 1990)
  • First Judicial District Nominating Committee, Appointee
  • Colorado Bar Association, High School Mock Trial Attorney Coach-Lakewood HS (2005 - 2006)
  • Colorado Bar Association, High School Mock Trial Attorney Coach for Lakewood HS (2005): Regional Winners
  • Jefferson County Juvenile Review Board, Member (1992 - 1994)
  • Jeffco & Mountain Area Midget Football Association - Advisory Board, Team Manager & Board of Directors (2001)
Scholarly Lectures/Writings:
  • Colorado Ski Act Update, 10 THE COLORADO LAWYER 1611, July, 1981
  • Adjunct Professor, University of Denver College of Law, 1985 - 1987
  • Ski Tips for Attorneys, 9 THE COLORADO LAWYER 452, March, 1980
  • Presentation, Ski Law, Accredited by the Colorado Supreme Court Board of Continuing Legal Education, Counties of Arapahoe, Boulder, Denver, Pitkin, Routt and Weld
  • A set of nine commandments is presented for the trial attorney to avoid a claim of malpractice. The common element to each of the commandments is the crucial need to communicate - communicate with your clients and with those individuals who may perceive themselves as your clients. Communicate with your office staff, with co-counsel and with the courthouse. And, most importantly, maintain an honest dialogue with yourself., Co-Author, The Nine Commandments of Malpractice Prevention , 22 Trial Lawyer 183-198, Colorado Trail Lawyers Association, 1999
  • Expert Testimony the Dancing Ballerina, 7 THE EXPERT WITNESS JOURNAL NO. 2, February, 1995
  • Presentation, Ski Law, Accredited by the Colorado Supreme Court Board of Continuing Legal Education, Southwest Colorado
  • Skier/snowboarder safety has become a significant issue for the ski industry. Its significance is derived from two forces: the competition for the national skiing market, and national attention drawn to ski safety by the media frenzy stimulated by celebrity skier deaths in 1999, and recent homicide proceedings in Colorado. , Co-Author, Ski Law For Beginners, Intermediates And Experts, Trial, American Association Of Trial Lawyers, 2001
  • Summary Judgment based on the Colorado Ski Act, 43 TRIAL TALK 32-33, July/August, 1994
  • Presentation, Ski Law, Accredited by the Colorado Supreme Court Board of Continuing Legal Education, Ninth Judicial District
  • This article provides a current overview of Colorado ski law as it pertains to legal economics, legislation, and ski accident case law. It also compares ski law in other states and offers the Colorado lawyer some practice tips. , Lead Author, Ski Law in Colorado, The Colorado Lawyer, Vol. 31, No. 2 , Colorado Bar Association, 2002
  • Structured Settlement Reached in Skier/Skier Collision, 40 TRIAL TALK 169-170, June, 1991
  • Presentation, Ski Law, Accredited by the Colorado Supreme Court Board of Continuing Legal Education, Fourteenth Judicial District
  • Tourism is the largest component of Colorado's economy. The "timorous" no longer stay at home. If they did, our economy would suffer a grievous blow. Recreational and tourist activities are so pervasive throughout Colorado that each Colorado tort lawyer inevitably will have a case involving a recreational accident., Author, Update On Recreational Accident Cases, CLE In Colorado, Inc. , Colorado Bar Association CLE, 2000
  • Judge Arraj Clarifies Comparative Negligence Statute, Case report: Wong v. Sharp, (Co-Author with Stephen C. Kaufman), 39 TRIAL TALK 154, June, 1990
  • Presentation, Ski Law, Accredited by the Colorado Supreme Court Board of Continuing Legal Education, Texas Trial Lawyers Bar Association
  • Skiing safety has improved over time, with the improvement of alpine release bindings, heightened awareness of safety rules, and improved safety procedures at ski areas which were prompted by risk management concern over injury claims. , Author, Liability Of A Skier For Collision With Another Skier , American Jurisprudence Proof of Facts, 3d Series, West Publishing, 1999
  • Judge Arraj Clarifies Comparative Negligence Statute, Case report: Wong v. Sharp, (Co-Author with Stephen C. Kaufman), 39 TRIAL TALK 154, June, 1990
  • Presentation, Ski Law, Accredited by the Colorado Supreme Court Board of Continuing Legal Education, Dartmouth College Bar Association
  • Presentation, National Ski Patrol
  • This article treats two types of ski accident cases: (1) the downhill skiing accident which leads to a claim against the ski area operator, (2) the ski lift related accidents which lead to claims against the ski area operator and the lift manufacturer. , Author, Ski Area's Liability For Skiing Accidents, American Jurisprudence Proof of Facts, 3d Series, West Publishing, 1999
  • Two Skiers' Collision on Slopes = $242,000 - 20% Comparative Negligence, .S. District Court for Colorado 37 TRIAL TALK 120-121, April, 1988
  • Presentation, Jackson's Hole Ski Patrol
  • Ski law covers a broad spectrum of claims and duties of care. This article presents an overview of the duties involved in skier collisions, ski operator collisions and ski lift accidents. , Author, Ski Law in the United States: A Practical Guide to Ski Accident Litigation, Recreation and Adventure Program Law and Liability, 3rd Annual Conference, 2005
  • "Report of the Judicial Poll Committee," The Proclamation, First Judicial District Bar Association Newsletter, Vol. 3, No. 3, September, 1986
  • Presentation, Winter Park Volunteer Ski Patrol
  • Ski safety legislation, enacted with great urgency in many states in the late 1970s and early 1980s, has in more recent years been subject to reinterpretation by the courts, and to amendment in state legislatures. Most statutes began as so-called "inherent danger" statutes that exculpated ski area operators from liability for those hazards considered inherent to skiing. This begged the question of how to define the sport's "inherent dangers." Some states, including Colorado, construed and do construe their statutes to require a jury to determine the nature and extent of the duty owed by a ski area operator relative to an alleged "inherent danger." Others, notably Idaho, hold as a matter of law that any injury not caused by an enumerated, statutory operator duty is a risk "inherent" in the sport. A reasonable standard of care, with or without statutorily-defined duties, has been imposed in a number of states by legislative act, or common law. , Author, Survey of Ski Law in the United States, Recreation & Adventure Program Law & Liability, 4th Annual Conference, 2006
  • Instructions for the Ski Instruction Case, 35 TRIAL TALK 18, April, 1986
  • The Nine Commandments of Malpractice Prevention (Co-Author), 22 Trial Lawyer 183-198, 1999
  • Colorado Ski Law, 27 Colo. Lawyer, No.2, at 5-18, February, 1998
  • "In the Wake of Tragedy the Time Has Come for Safety", Rocky Mountain News, December 20, 1985
  • Liability of Skier for Injury to Another Skier, 46 Proof of Fact 1, (West's), 1998
  • A Practical Guideline to Ski Accident Litigation for non-U.S. Attorneys Overview prepared for 2008 SKILEX International Conference, Tarvisio, Italy, Feb. 28 - March 2, 2008, Presenter, www.skilex.de/, SKILEX, 2008
  • Ski Safety Act - Presumption of Skier's Negligence Held Unconstitutional, 32 TRIAL TALK 25, November, 1983
  • Liability of Ski Area Operator for Skiing Accident, 45 Am Jur Proof of Facts 3d 115 (West's), 1998
  • Paper presented to Avalanche Liability Law & Ski Law in the United States, 2010 LEICLE Annual Conference, Vail, Colorado., Author, A Practical Guideline to Ski Accident Litigation, LEICLE, 2010
  • The Changing Role of the Ski Patroller, THE NATIONAL PATROLLER (The National Ski Patrol System, Inc.), Winter, 1982
  • Closing Argument, The Art and the Law, Clark Boardman Calahan Cum. Supp., Section 331 Jury-Function, p. 53, 1995
  • Presenter, Avalanche Liability Law & Ski Law in the United States: A Practical Guideline to Ski Accident Litigation, 2012 National CLE Conference, 2012
  • Law and Computers, 29 TRIAL TALK 27, July, 1980
  • "Expert Testimony and the Dancing Ballerina", 7 The Expert Witness Journal No. 2, February, 1995
  • Assistant Editor, Administrative Law Review
  • "The Constitutional Foundations of Modern American Tort Law,", 16 The Colorado Lawyer 970, September, 1987
  • Survey of Ski Law in United States, Recreation & Adventure Program Law & Liability, 2006
  • "Michigan's Ski Law,", 63 Mich. B. J. 355, May, 1984
  • Ski Law in the United States: A Practical Guide - Ski Accident Litigation, Recreation & Adventure Program Law & Liability, 2005
  • Ski Safety News, 1989 - Present
  • Ski Law in the United States, Law Education Institute, 2005
  • Development of Standard of Care in Colorado's Ski Law, The Colorado Lawyer, March, 1986
  • How - Try a Medical Malpractice Case in Colorado, Colorado Bar Association CLE, 2004
  • Ski Law in Colorado: The Timorous No Longer Stay at Home, (Co-Author with Eric Samler and Christopher P. Koupal), 31 The Colorado Lawyer 211, February, 2002
  • Faculty, Avalanche Liability Law & Ski Law in the United States, A Practical Guideline - Ski Accident litigation for non-U.S. Attorneys, XXXI SKILEX 2004, Obergurgl/Solden Austria, 2004
  • Civil Litigation Update, Colorado Bar Association CLE, 2003
  • Restitution in Criminal Actions: Considerations for Civil Trial Lawyers, Trial Talk, (Co-Author with Linda J. Chalat), Colorado Trial Lawyers Assn, Oct/Nov., 2001
  • Faculty, "Preventing Legal Malpractice",, Colorado Bar Association CLE, 2001
  • Ski Law for Beginners, Intermediates, and Experts, (Co-Author with Linda J. Chalat), Trial Magazine, Journal of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Aug., 2001
  • Nine Commandments of Malpractice Prevention, Ethics 2001 Conference, 2001
  • Liability of Skier for Injury to Another Skier, 46 PROOF OF FACT 1, 1998
  • Faculty, Recreation -rt Law, Colorado -rt Law Update, CLE in Colorado, 2000
  • Liability of Ski Area Operator for Skiing Accident, 45 PROOF OF FACT 115, 1998
  • Faculty, Current -pics in Legal Ethics, Colorado CLE Seminar, University of Colorado School of Law, Boulder, Colorado, 2000
  • Colorado Ski Law, 27 The Colorado Lawyer, February, 1998
  • Faculty, Current -pics in Legal Ethics, Colorado Continuing Legal Education Seminar, University of Colorado School of Law, Boulder, Colorado, September 1, 1999 - September 30, 1999
  • CLOSING ARGUMENT, THE ART AND THE LAW, §331 Jury-Function, (Co-Author with Jacob A. Stein), Clark Boardman Calahan, 1995
  • The Nine Commandments of Malpractice Prevention, National Continuing Legal Education Seminar, Practicing Law Institute, Vail, Colorado, January 1, 1999 - January 31, 1999
  • The Constitutional foundations of Modern American Tort Law, 16 The Colorado Lawyer 970, September, 1987
  • The Development of the Standard of Care in Colorado Ski Cases, 15 THE COLORADO LAWYER 373, March, 1986
  • Presentation, Lead Defense Counsel, Moot Court, Jones v. Clin-n, American Inns of Court, Thompson G. Marsh Inn, February 1, 1998 - February 28, 1998
  • Ski Collision and Ski Equipment Cases, 34 TRIAL TALK 303, October, 1985
  • Faculty, Avoiding Malpractice - The Nine Commandments of Avoiding Legal Malpractice, LEX LEGIS, December 1, 1997 - December 31, 1997
  • From Wright to Sunday and Beyond, 4 THE UTAH LAW REVIEW 885, 1985
  • Faculty, National Institute for Trial Advocacy, 1995 - 1996
  • Michigan's Ski Law, 63 THE MICHIGAN BAR JOURNAL 355, May, 1984
  • Trial Advocacy for the Occasional Litigator, National Business Institute
  • Continuing Changes in Colorado's Ski Law, 13 THE COLORADO LAWYER 407, March, 1984
  • Faculty, National Institute of Trial Advocacy, Western Regional Session, 1994 - 1995
Educational Background:
  • University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, B.G.S. with distinction, 1974
Bar/Professional Activity:
  • Colorado, 1977
  • Michigan, 1983
  • U.S. Supreme Court, 1981
  • Joint ABA/NITA advocacy program in Oxford, England, 1985
  • American Association for Justice (Sustaining Member) 1980-2017
  • Member: American Bar Association, Michigan Bar Association, Colorado Bar Association & Denver Bar Association
  • U.S. Court of Appeals 10th Circuit, 1981
  • Michigan Trial Lawyers Bar Association
  • National Institute of Trial Advocacy (Diplomat), 1980
  •  Thompson G. Marsh American Inns of Court (Master Barrister), 1994-2016
  • Colorado Trial Lawyers Association (Board of Directors), 2000-2004
  • Colorado Trial Lawyers Association (Sustaining Member), 1980-Present
  • U.S. Federal Courts, 1977
  • Assistant Special Disciplinary Counsel, State of Colorado, 1992 - 1995
  • American Board of Trial Advocacy (Sustaining Member), 2013-2022
  • Thompson G. Marsh American Inns of Court (President of the Inn), 2004 - 2005
  • Faculty of Federal Advocates (Member of the Board), 2009-2013
  • Published since 1994, Ski Safety News© is dedicated to providing current information on national ski safety issues and report on ski accidents., Ski Safety News
Representative Clients:
  • Former Olympic Athletes and Professional Skiers
  • National Federation of the Blind of Colorado 
  • Colorado Center on Deafness
Other Outstanding Achievements:
  • The Top 100 Trial Lawyers - Colorado, The National Trial Lawyers, 2012
  • Listed in Bar Registry of Pre-Eminent Lawyers in the United States 
  • Pro Bono Award, Colorado Supreme Court, 2010-2011
Special Licenses/Certifications:
  • Civil Pretrial Certification, National Board of Trial Advocacy, 2012
  • Civil Trial Lawyer, National Board of Trial Advocacy, 1988
  • $2.3 Million Wrongful Death Judgment Against Drunk Driver, 2019
  • $2 Million Settlement - Motor Vehicle/Pedestrian Accident, 2018
  • Minor Boy Suffers from In-Uniform Instructor’s Negligent Skiing at Breckenridge Ski Resort: Our client, a 9-year-old minor, was skiing on an “easiest” trail at Breckenridge Ski Resort when the defendant, an uphill skier and ski instructor at the resort, skiing unreasonably fast, collided with the boy. Due to the defendant’s negligence, the minor suffered damages, including a right, mid-shift femur fracture requiring an open reduction with plating and screws. Mr. Chalat of Chalat Hatten & Banker, represented the Johnson family in a suit to recover the expense of medical costs associated with the accident from the defendant and his insurance company. The case was settled for a confidential amount., 2013
  • Uphill Skier Collides Into Another at Vail - On December 7, 2011, Plaintiff Skip Johnson and defendant Kenneth Johnson were skiing at Vail Ski Resort in Vail, Colorado.  Kenneth (the uphill skier) skied into Skip from behind.  Skip sustained a right femur fracture requiring surgical repair. The case was brought in the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado and was settled for $280,000., 2012
  • Savage v. Guy and Ruszkowski - Paul Savage, 46, was changing the oil on his wife's car in their driveway when a drunk driver flew off the road and slammed into him. As a result of the accident, Mr. Savage is now in a wheelchair and will never walk again except "more than a few heavily assisted steps at a time" and is a "functional paraplegic." He has incurred more than $4.3 million in medical bills and is expected to have another $4.9 million the rest of his life. Paul Savage was head waiter at the Alpenglow Stube at Keystone at the time.  Clear Creek District Court Judge Russell Granger awarded Paul and Pam Savage $18.5 million after hearing the evidence during a trial to the bench., 2010
  • Kotun v. Howe - $1.5 Million settlement in Utah skier collision case,Utah Association for Justice, August, 2008
  • C.D. vs. P.K. (minor) - C.D. and her family were standing in clear view on the Sugar N' Spice trail, at the Sierra-at-Tahoe ski resort. The trail was marked with numerous "slow" signs advising skiers and riders to proceed slowly. The defendant, P.K., was traveiling at a high rate of speed when he executed a jump and collided with C.D., knocking her to the ground, rendering her unconscious, and inflicting a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Although a witness reported that P.K. left the scene, he admitted that he was "going pretty fast" despite the clear speed markings. Ms. Dinh was unconscious and unresponsive during the entire evacuation to Washoe Medical Center. She was diagnosed with a severe closed head injury (sub-arachnoid hemorrhage-right, sub-dural hemorrhage on left causing a 5 mm shift left to right), plus a Level III liver injury. She required respiratory support in the ICU for 36 hours and was extubated after 72 hours. Ultimately, she was discharged with a diagnosis of TBI and cognitive deficits. Her medical costs totaled:$235,088.77. In July 2006, the case settled for $700,000.00., 2006
  • Edden Bargai, by and through Neta Bargai, v. Nancy Carlson, M.D., District Court, City and County of Denver; Jim Chalat received a $10.1 million jury verdict on behalf of a child in a complicated medical malpractice case. The result was one of the largest medical negligence verdicts in Colorado history. "The award will provide for the child's ongoing medical needs over his life expectancy...We were up against the top defense attorneys in the western United States. They outspent us and outmanned us but they did not defeat us..." said Jim Chalat., 2006
  • $8.3 Million Verdict for Minor Suffering Traumatic Brain Injury, 2005
  • Grigg v. Wintergreen, Jessica Grigg, age 17, was skiing down Eagle's Swoop, at Wintergreen ski resort in Nelson County, Virginia when she collided with a large, track snow groomer. The jury awarded Ms. Grigg $8.3 million, the second largest verdict ever obtained in a ski case in the United States. (CL-03-9452, Circuit Court for Albermarle County, Virginia), 2004
  • Cooper v. Aspen Skiing Co.Amicus curiae, 48 P.3d 1229 ( Colo.) non-enforceability of a minor’s waiver and release, 2002
  • People v. Hall, Amicus curiae, 999 P.2d 207 (Colo.) criminal culpability for reckless skiing,, 2000
  • Nguyen v. Stecher, Karl Stecher, Jr., M.D., performed a routine, anterior cervical discectomy on Be Thi Luong, a 54 year old female, in September 2000. During the operation, Dr. Stecher injured Be Thi Luong's left common carotid artery. Dr. Stecher attempted to repair the damaged artery but, after the surgery, imaging studies revealed a large cerebral cortical infarct. Be Thi Luong died two days later as a result of the injury to the carotid artery and cerebral cortical infarct. After an eight day jury trial, the jury deliberated for about 2.5 hours and returned a verdict of $1.3 million for the family. (01 CV 2541 Arapahoe County District Court, Colorado), 2002
  • Hoar v. Great Eastern Resort, 506 S.E. 2d. 777; On June 21, 1997 an Albermarle County, Virginia jury entered a $6.2 million award in favor of Hoar, and against Great Eastern Resort, the corporate owner of the Massanutten resort where Hoar was severely injured while skiing., 1997
  • Ulissey v. Shvartsman - $2.4 Million jury verdict, reversed and remanded, 61 F.3rd 805 (10th Circ. 1995) settled before retrial. , 1995
  • "$2,150,000 Verdict - General Negligence - Skiing Accident", 9 National Jury Verdict Reporter, Issue 12, November, 1994
  • $143,380 Verdict in Ski Injury Case, 33 Trial Talk 30, July, 1984
  • Best Lawyers in America:  Plaintiffs' Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice, awarded this honor annually 2013-2022, Best Lawyers in America, 2022
  • U.S. News and World Report: Best Law Firms in America -Tier 1, Plaintiffs' Personal Injury Litigation, 2017-2022, U.S. News and World Report: Best Law Firms in America, 2022
  • Best Lawyers, “Lawyer of the Year: Denver – Legal Malpractice Law – Plaintiffs,” 2022., Best Lawyers, 2022
  • "AV" (highest rating) by Martindale-Hubbell, Martindale-Hubbell, 2022
  • 5280 MAGAZINE: Top Lawyers in Denver - Plaintiff's Personal Injury, awarded this honor annually 2016-2022, 5280 Magazine, 2022
  • Colorado Law Week, “People’s Choice - Best Personal Injury Lawyer,” 2020, Colorado Law Week, 2020
  • Harvard Law School, “Torty Award,” 2019., Harvard Law School, 2019
  • Colorado Law Week, “People’s Choice - Best Personal Injury Lawyer,” 2018., Colorado Law Week, 2018
  • Best Lawyers in America: "Lawyer of the Year" - Denver Professional Malpractice Law for Plaintiffs, Best Lawyers in America, 2017
  • Colorado Supreme Court Pro Bono Award 2015, 2014, 2013
  • Alfred C. Harrell Award, American Inns of Court, 2000
  • 10/10 Avvo Rating 
Industry Groups:
  • AAJ
  • ABA
  • CBA
  • CTLA
  • NBTA Certified

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1600 Broadway Street
Suite 1920
Denver, CO 80202

Phone: 303-861-1042

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