Evan Healey is a litigation attorney with broad experience across civil and criminal practice areas. His litigation experience includes cases in state and federal courts around the country, including Nevada, Georgia, Texas, California, and, of course, Colorado. Prior to joining Springer & Steinberg, P.C., he served as a law clerk to a district court judge in Jefferson County and interned at an Oregon-based nonprofit litigating groundbreaking cases in the highest courts of various jurisdictions, including the United States Supreme Court.
Evan’s background in natural sciences provides him with the ability to analyze cases and interpret evidence in a way that few other attorneys can. His combination of legal and scientific expertise has resulted in favorable settlements in civil matters for both plaintiffs and defendants.
Evan has experience that includes a broad scope of civil litigation matters for both plaintiffs and defendants, including personal injury, business disputes, government contracting, municipal taxation, and employment. He is also quickly developing a reputation as a specialist in cases brought under Colorado’s Dram Shop Act against bars, restaurants, and other liquor license holders. His criminal law experience is equally broad and ranges from minor traffic infractions to felony cases with charges of assault, menacing, and child abuse.
Evan was born and raised in the Denver metro area and is a lifelong lover of outdoor sports. He is an accomplished cyclist and runner and has competed in dozens of triathlons around the country, including national championships.
“It has been said that if there were no bad people, there would be no good lawyers. I’ve found this to be true because in law, as in life, power is too frequently given to people who abuse it. I enjoy practicing law because it allows me to give a voice to the voiceless and stand up in the face of overzealous insurance companies and prosecutors. My ultimate goal as an attorney is to equalize the balance of power and help my clients navigate through and successfully overcome what are often the most difficult times in their lives.”
- J.D., University of Denver, 2019
- M.S., Northern Arizona University, 2015
- B.A., University of Colorado, 2013
JURISDICTIONS ADMITTED TO PRACTICE
- Colorado, 2020
- U.S. District Court, District of Colorado, 2021
- The Divergent Climate Change Approaches of the EU and the US: An Analysis of Contributing Factors, Journal of Energy and Natural Resources Law (International Bar Association), September 2019
- Personal Injury
- Criminal Defense
- Business Litigation